The so-called peace negotiations were just used as a cover by the militants to gain time.
It is becoming increasingly apparent that the party has lost its bearings.
The lame-duck administration is unable to take the tough decisions needed.
Key economic reform can no longer be put on the back burner.
We cannot effectively counter violent militancy with ill-equipped civilian forces.
The fractious coalition does not seem to have the capability to take the country to safer shores.
The PDM seems to have taken full advantage of the widening gulf in the Punjab ruling coalition...
It is not only Pakistani security forces but also civilians that are being targeted in cross-border attacks.
The attack on the Pakistan embassy has given a dangerous twist to the terrorist threat from Afghanistan.
Dissolution of the assemblies in Punjab and KP will deepen the political crisis.
It is no more a secret that the establishment played an active role in creating an alliance that allowed the PTI to form the govt in 2018.
A powerless PM does not seem to have the capacity to deal with multiple national crises.
The ongoing political confrontation and polarisation threaten to derail the democratic process.
It is clear that any move to keep a popular leader out of the electoral field won’t work...
It was essentially our own policy failures that landed us in a dangerous situation.
What makes the situation extremely dangerous is the virtual collapse of all state institutions.
With the ongoing political confrontation and increasing polarisation, the balance of power remains with the military.
What has come out so far is believed to be just the tip of the iceberg. Let’s wait for more bombshells.
Sitting in London, Dar did everything he could to undermine the previous finance minister.
The hybrid experiment has come back to haunt the establishment.