This is an American tragedy like no other.
No US president has taken office with as much knowledge of Pakistan as Joe Biden.
Khan has energised Washington in ways not seen for more than a decade.
It’s hard to identify any country that benefits from relentless US efforts to tighten the screws on Iran.
The answer is likely rooted in both US foreign policy goals and domestic political considerations in America.
Securing the necessary funding to build the dam does not mean that the country will proceed to construct it.
Imran has a golden opportunity to cooperate with US to help bring the war in Afghanistan to a merciful end.
Building new dams won’t make damaging policies go away.
Your death has inverted the lens through which Americans view Pakistan and shown a reality many are unwilling to admit.
Young people suffering great tragedies are being subjected to hate campaigns simply for being well-known advocates.
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.