Nadeem F. Paracha
Scholars say a difficult period in human thought is now over and done with, so what’s next? Introducing: metamodernism
Inflation psychology can become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The psychology at play in the 19th century literary masterpiece may help explain international, domestic political developments.
Populists are great hijackers of ideas, stealing from the left and right; there’s nothing original or deep about them.
Between 2011 and 2022, there have been numerous ‘long marches’ to oust governments.
Populists score better as fiery opposition figures than they do as rulers.
Imran Khan's supporters have acquired a new political entity that requires the demonisation of the 'other'.
The Pakistani diaspora have yet to come to terms with the realities that triggered the ouster of Imran Khan’s failing regime.
The military establishment is understandably worried. Their man and their narrative have gone rogue.
Metaphorical or physical, the meaning of the slap remains to humiliate and downgrade a person’s status and standing.
Former PM Imran Khan’s supporters’ sense of betrayal is about having been robbed of their delusions, not their money
How do Imran Khan’s socially liberal supporters reconcile themselves to his increasing religiosity?
To understand how PM Imran Khan ended up where he is today, the fine line between political amorality and bad politics needs to...
Like a myopic horse, PM Imran raced to eradicate ‘corruption,’ while being surrounded by it within his own administration.
The Khan Myth could not be fattened by any meaningful economic achievement so it never proliferated beyond the middle classes.
With a possible ouster hanging over his head, a deluded and desperate PM Imran Khan is changing his narrative.
There is another dimension to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, President Putin’s fascination with the ancient Russian Empire.
The female body in the Muslim world has become a battleground on which wars of political and cultural dominance are being fought.
Middle class, ‘moderate’ supporters of India’s hijab ban increasingly like to look for equivalence with France’s secularism.
The ongoing insurgency in Balochistan is unlike previous insurgencies and requires a complete re-think by the state.