Pakistan should avoid giving the impression that it can deliver the Taliban to the negotiating table.
It has been 20 years since October 12, 1999, when Pakistan witnessed its last formal military coup.
The JUI-F chief is trying to stay politically relevant. His desperation is obvious.
A major challenge for the ruling party is the collapse of governance in Punjab and KP.
The Houston ‘Howdy Modi’ rally demonstrated the growing influence of the Indian diaspora in the US.
The UNGA provides an excellent forum for PM Khan to present a strong case for the people of IHK.
It is still unclear what kind of political setup the Taliban would be willing to work within.
The world’s silence over India’s actions in IHK also reflects our diplomatic failure.
The security situation may be a factor, but there have been more pressing reasons for the extension.
The BJP’s politics, rooted in Hindu supremacist groups, has polarised India.
It is an extremely ominous situation. The Indian escalation will have global implications.
One year down the road, there has been deterioration instead of improvement in governance.
The US needs Pakistan’s support to extricate itself from a festering war it has never been able to win.
The Judge Arshad Malik scandal has become an explosive political issue.
The closure of Herald marks the end of one of the brightest chapters in independent journalism in Pakistan.
Neither horse-trading nor political witch-hunts can provide stability to the government.
Getting involved in the Iran-US conflict in any way will be disastrous for Pakistan.
In the last 10 months, there has hardly been any serious debate on critical policy matters inside the NA.
Asif Ali Zardari epitomises the perpetual ironies of Pakistani politics.
The stand-off is turning serious with the government refusing to withdraw the reference.