A broader tax base would lead to increased fiscal capacity for spending on human development needs.
Can a society where half the population feels unsafe, traumatised, and harassed every day of their lives make progress?
The government has a duty to do everything in its power to catalyse growth and prevent economic catastrophe.
The scale of the crisis means it is a tremendous opportunity to restructure the economic foundations of the country.
Setting the foundation to kickstart the economy is as important as combating Covid-19 itself.
The idea that corruption is the root cause of Pakistan's problems needs to be rooted in better evidence.
Pakistani women are undereducated, physically and mentally abused and lack access to information and financial services.
The real tragedy is that those in power in Pakistan do not seem to believe in evidence-based policymaking.
He didn't have a robust plan, didn't partake in the politics of the job and ultimately lost the prime minister's trust.
A bold push can have a transformative impact across the region.
PTI has been dealt a tough hand but we can't afford to see the party fail.