The prime minister appeared to be using his container approach in the realm of foreign policy.
The criticism reflects our failure to counter rising religious intolerance and bigotry, and also exposes a diplomatic debacle.
American President Biden’s announcement that the US will finally pull its military out of Afghanistan after 20 years has thrust
The situation today is very different to what led to the previous normalisation process.
Regardless of who the adversary was at any point, two generations of Afghans have known only war.
Once again, the TLP has succeeded in bringing the administration to its knees.
It is all too easy to blame the woman for being raped.
Hafeez Sheikh’s humiliating exit is yet another example of a government completely losing its bearings.
The political immaturity of the two pretenders is quite apparent.
The credibility of the electoral body is most critical for strengthening the democratic process in the country.
There is now greater urgency on Washington’s part to chart a clear exit from Afghanistan.
The PDM appears much more confident despite the fact that it is lacking in numbers.
It is now hard for the PTI to defend itself from the opposition’s onslaught.
Breaking the law seems to have become a habit with those who should be upholding it.
All political parties have been critical of this corrupted system of voting yet are not willing to come together to change it.
The pandemic has worsened the existing inequalities between the rich and the poor.
The interests and stakes of the parties in the alliance are too diverse for them to maintain unity of action for a longer period.
Many of those killed in recent weeks have actively been campaigning against rampant violence and rising human rights violations
Trump galvanised racial antagonism, nativism and far-right nationalist populism that have always existed in American society.
The real problem for the PTI government is the prime minister himself.