If confrontation is Nawaz’s chosen route then defection is a means for retaining elected office for many in Punjab.
As Pakistan heads towards another election, it is worth reviewing the conflict landscape to pinpoint potential sources
The PTI’s electoral strategy shifted from underdog populism to calculated competition at the constituency level.
The thinking and rationale behind the newest scheme, and the evidence base on which it stands, need to be interrogated
The argument in favour of devolution is that it helps resolve the basic question of how power and authority are
Ahead of the general election, there are major big-ticket issues that require immediate and precise articulation by
Is there really a wave of sympathy further consolidating the PML-N’s chances for 2018?
The wilful secession of participatory rights is a pervasive feature of a number of domains in Pakistan.
Some of the most well-known industrial conglomerates in Pakistan have branched out into the services sector.
Our political system is responsive in particular moments of heightened media frenzy and public attention.
The PML-N is not alone in facing a difficult future ahead of and beyond the 2018 polls.
We’ve already covered a great deal of distance towards becoming discriminatory and intolerant in 2017.
We can see middle-income groups exhibiting great variation in terms of their political and social positioning.
It involves moving away from profiteering off real-estate development and infrastructure contracting.
The PML-N has been around for three decades, and this is the first time it’s been forced to think about a leader other
There will be no day when the entitled wake up and decide that they can live equally well in smaller residences.
Are these groups, who’ve long remained at the beck and call of the Pakistani state, tired of playing second fiddle?
The underlying economic base for inequality is repeatedly reinforced through widening social network disparities.
Very rarely, if at all, do we talk about the political, social or cultural impact of Chinese investment in the country.
The sheer size of the population and its purported age structure has strong implications for our development prospects.