In the midst of darkness, it is difficult to imagine light or a future.
Like the Spanish flu, the novel coronavirus may also trigger a collapse of the world order.
Pakistan does not have royals but many millionaires here operate under the same archaic belief that women are property.
The collective organisation of the powerless is not a repetition of the sins of the powerful; it is an attempt ...
Researchers have suggested that the entire architecture of aid needs to be reconsidered.
It was only many weeks later that Israel realised that the apps were targeting its soldiers.
The quarantined ship has the highest number of coronavirus cases for a single location outside China.
Whether it is due to disease or outright discrimination, a picture emerges of a world wrapped in knotted barbed wires.
The British took most of India’s wealth with them, but they left their sense of entitlement to germinate and grow.
There are thousands of children like Zainab who are abducted, abused, sold, sexually exploited and tortured every day.
The outcome of the Weinstein trial is likely to have a tremendous bearing on the #MeToo movement.
The situation of emigrant workers and the families they leave behind continues to be a difficult one.
The world used to be a place where indiscriminate detention would have attracted the attention of human rights groups.
Two that have taken place this year, and one more, will together redefine the world.
Whatever dissenting Saudis may think of the changes, there is no doubt that a transformation is taking place.
The scars of Karachi’s crimes are visible everywhere, on the bodies and faces of its people.
Washington’s exercise of power over the past two decades has been brash and brutish.
The creation of the ‘matriarchal caliphate’ seems to have little to do with matters of actual religious dogma.
Republican bravado being what it is, the case against impeachment is looking strong.
The government and PTA believe they have broad powers to assault the rights of political organisations.