What makes a university campus left wing or right wing?
Nadeem F. Paracha
Since 1981, relations with Iran have remained tense and enigmatic, in contrast to their earlier unqualified warmth.
The curious case of ‘brown’ folks fawning over Hitler and his policies.
When the British introduced the blasphemy law in India in 1860, it did not carry the death sentence. How did the law
Constitutional amendments made in bad faith prove tough to reverse when they become tools in hands of political lobbies.
The New Left’s relativist and psychological critique of capitalism made intellectual vagueness ‘hip’ in the postmodern
It is important to debunk misconceptions about Pakistan’s student politics history.
Are Pakistani expatriates far removed from the changing reality of domestic politics?
Organised student politics needs brand new strategies and newer models instead of those from bygone times.
There is a long history of rebellion against state-imposed religious practices.
In analysing historical events, context provides uncomfortable perspectives.
The wheel of messianic politics in the country continues to turn.
Political turmoil in the shape of riots and protests is largely about a system correcting itself.
Is ‘fascism’, a hugely destructive phenomenon of the 20th century, relevant today as anything more than a buzzword?
The state, politicians and various influential segments of society are frequently accused of using religious propaganda.
PM Imran has frequently negated the nature of reforms suggested in the NAP.
Perhaps the most alarming aspect of climate change is how it might actually be causing civil strife within countries.
Dress codes for female students in most Pakistani educational institutions are already sufficiently modest.
Complex socio-political changes and the internet explosion have allowed conspiracy theories once relegated to the
With the Saudi monarchy and Gulf Arabs making unprecedented and self-interested political moves, Pakistan should