Most important is the political will to take the hard decisions needed to change policy direction.
Muslim youth need education that can equip them to compete with the rest of the world.
A divided house and the galloping cost of living could further impact PTI’s shrinking political base.
The Taliban’s own inflexibility is obstructing progress on international legitimacy for the regime.
The man he has chosen to head Rehmatul-lil-Aalameen Authority does not appear to believe in democracy.
What happened in Sialkot was just a trailer of the horror that awaits us.
Scientists had made progress in developing vaccines against Covid. What will happen now?
The continuing international isolation of the Afghan Taliban has exacerbated the situation.
It will be hard for the government on its own to keep the coalition working.
The ambiguity around the terms of negotiations has made the talks extremely controversial.
The oft-repeated mantra of ‘establishing the writ of the state’ has become a joke.
What’s the difference between TLP’s religious extremism and the government’s encouragement of religiosity?
The weakening of the democratic process and worsening governance will further increase the imbalance.
No one, however powerful, should escape accountability.
The policy of appeasement has not worked in the past and it certainly will not work now.
Courses appear to reinforce a closed mindset and have nothing to do with the requirements of a modern education system.
The most serious challenge for the Afghan Taliban is to maintain the unity within their ranks.
The Taliban leadership appears more circumspect about their victory than our ‘warrior’ ministers.
What's next for Afghanistan?
The war was already lost when the US sat across the table with the same insurgents it had sought to annihilate.