Governance will be tough for Biden if Trump’s grip over the Republican party continues.
Economic recovery will be the main preoccupation for all countries in 2021
Political leaders spend more time vilifying the other than conveying what they stand for.
The government’s performance on the domestic front will determine its political fortunes in 2021.
Uncertainty lies ahead for both sides with no assurance that their strategies will deliver the outcome they want.
Both sides risk losing the trust of the people they seek to serve.
The political confrontation leaves the country in a precarious place at a time of extraordinary challenge.
It is up to the Afghan parties to make the tough compromises needed to secure a settlement.
Pakistan has much to learn from the rich debate on governance that continues.
A sound political management strategy needs to build public confidence by showing government performance and legislative activism.
Biden will depart in fundamental ways from Trump’s erratic and unpredictable policies.
Both sides should step back from confrontation and engage in a national dialogue to solve problems.
Beyond the war of words, confrontational politics risks plunging the country into prolonged instability.
Unprecedented uncertainty characterises the environment in which the election is taking place.
The real game changer would be for the government to show leadership that unites the country.
A combination of factors can plunge Pakistan into uncharted territory with unpredictable consequences.
The path to peace will not be easy as difficult compromises will have to be made.
The world is more interconnected today than ever before and yet so atomised.
As a first step a task force should be appointed to propose reforms for the PM’s approval.
A decisive Trump defeat will set back right-wing populism but not end its appeal.