Our prime minister must realise that societal transformation requires clear vision.
Political engineering by the PTI in Sindh is not likely to work.
The credibility of the ongoing accountability process itself is in doubt.
The PM’s approach to politics and governance is no different from the short, T20 form of cricket.
The civil-military imbalance has remained a major source of political instability.
It remains to be seen whether some breakthrough is possible in the next round of talks.
There is no evidence to prove the government’s claim of having stabilised the financial situation.
The latest Pakistan-US spat has made it difficult to maintain even the illusion of meaningful alignment.
The Russian initiative aims at building greater regional understanding on the Afghan issue.
Despite the warning, the administration had not taken any preventive measures to stop the violence.
It is hard to believe that such a generous Saudi financial package has no costs.
Pakistan is sitting on a potential demographic disaster.
The academics’ reputation would have been stained by the media trial even if their innocence is proved.
Selective accountability could cause a serious political backlash that would be disastrous.
Pakistan must improve its ties with Saudi Arabia — while not getting sucked into the Yemen conflict.
It is evident that there is no sign of flexibility in India’s hard-line position on the resumption of bilateral talks.
The government is focusing on the economic & political situation. Security & external matters are not its priority.
Recent events have revealed an amateurish approach to handling critical governance issues.
Recent US actions that appear to ‘punish’ Pakistan will not help in obtaining the new government’s support.
There are some critical capitals the prime minister needs to visit and interact with.