Pakistani and US look on the bright side. “Twitter-based ties shall promote democracy.”
Pakistan is often down but never out.
We shouldn't underestimate China’s leverage including its ability to get Pakistan to do things it often resists.
The Trump-Sharif schoomzefest is a reminder that Trump is nothing if not unpredictable.
IN 2015, a UNDP assessment described Pakistan as “one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to climate change”.
Let’s face it: Naya Pakistan may be naïve, but it is neither nasty nor nefarious.
Fewer cooks are needed in the kitchen of energy policy.
A new IMF report throws the severity of Pakistan’s water crisis into sharp relief.
When it comes to the socioeconomic pecking order in Tyler, Pakistanis are kings of the hill.
Retaliatory violence by communities under attack could usher in the sectarian mayhem militants aim to manufacture.
So long as the ideology that drives militancy is not confronted, problems will only intensify.
There's something ominous about the location of Sunday night's horrific suicide attack in Wagah.
THE military offensive under way in North Waziristan has triggered a humanitarian crisis. Hundreds of thousands of...
Here’s what we could expect from an exchange between brutal fighters and the government they aim to annihilate.
What if aggrieved Pakistanis, convinced the state won’t act, decide to take matters into their own hands?
The present government may conclude that this time, it’s worth having history repeat itself.
What bothers me (as an outsider admittedly) is the fact that talking to the Pakistani Taliban simply doesn’t make sense.
Barraged by 140-character bursts of Urdu utterances littered by English profanity and references to Misbah and friends.
"Not all Americans regard Pakistan with fear, hostility, and cynicism."
It’s quite something to witness the global reach of Pakistani-Americans at the top of their respective fields — and all in one city.