Riaz Mohammad Khan
For many, climate change is still a bridge too far.
Pakistan’s foreign policy has been underpinned by security concerns rooted in its own traumas. It is largely independent...
Pakistanis revel in conspiracy theories, and the US is the favourite villain.
How has Pakistan navigated this early phase of the crisis and what challenges lie ahead?
Siachen demands attention beyond political and military considerations.
Quintessentially he was a humanist committed to justice, peace and the common good.
Will the developments in Afghanistan become a point of inflection for relations in South Asia?
The worldwide response to the coronavirus in debate and thought is a phenomenon in itself.
To seize the opportunity and to nurture its benefits would have required rare courage and statesmanship.
The Aug 5 move has so poisoned the well that it is difficult to see a path to normal relations with India.
The reaction by Pakistan has been sharp while response internationally is so far predictably muted.
The situation prevailing between Pakistan and India can spark a conflict with incalculable consequences for both sides.
Pakistan has an indispensable role but it must be played with circumspection.
Never before has a human society achieved so much development within the span of one generation.
The concept of an environment service sector must reach beyond the creation of green industries and jobs.
What must follow is an honest and frank conversation with Washington and Kabul.
Kashmiri sacrifices and suffering must not be viewed through the prism of our security.
Leaders in both capitals should not forget that they are nursing tensions under a nuclear overhang.
With the death of mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani, a light in the Muslim world has been extinguished.
We need to devise a policy response that helps reduce the threat without giving the Kashmiris a feeling of a let-down.