Sitting in London, Dar did everything he could to undermine the previous finance minister.
The hybrid experiment has come back to haunt the establishment.
The SCO conference is taking place at a critical time in an atmosphere of fast-changing geopolitics.
Although Imran Khan’s attack seemed directed mainly against the government it was wide off the mark.
The revival of the Fund agreement may have given us some respite, but challenges still loom.
The callousness of our ruling elite towards the suffering of ordinary mortals is criminal.
The faltering administration is increasingly relying on the security establishment to deliver.
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Those who were hailing the Taliban takeover of Kabul last year should be over their euphoria by now.
The PTI might not be proscribed but its leadership could be in serious trouble.
It's important to alleviate concerns about the impartiality of the apex judiciary in order to strengthen court's authority.
A new round of the power game has begun that is likely to be more vicious.
The Sri Lankan turmoil is a classic example of an economy caught in an acute debt trap.
The attacks are invariably traced to the not-so-invisible state within a state.
It is evident that Imran Khan’s populist politics has helped the PTI regain its support base.
We remain largely a rentier economy dependent on external help, with little incentive to break the shackles.
Former PM's destructive populist politics is extremely dangerous not only for democracy but also for national security.
Kaptaan turned back, leaving his supporters disappointed.
The former prime minister’s demagoguery weaponised nationalist sentiments.
Even if IMF and some states come to our rescue, it won’t be long before we’re back on the ventilator.