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Mere blame game will lead us nowhere By Talat Masood

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Pakistani politics goes round and round in circles. Imran Khan and other PTI leaders blame the opposition for all the ills of the...

Boosting national resolve By Talat Masood

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Recently there was a news item that Pakistan had to return the $1 billion loan to Saudi Arabia a few months ahead of the...

Are these events harbingers of change? By Talat Masood

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In the recent past Pakistan witnessed a few significant events. The Supreme Court (SC) verdict that threw out the presidential reference against Justice Qazi...

The importance of US elections By Talat Masood

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It is only natural that the world would be closely watching the outcome of the forthcoming US Presidential elections scheduled for November 3, 2020....

Why a minus one against IK damages democracy By Bilal...

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Strip away all the fluff in partisan debates which dominate Pakistan’s airwaves and you’ll be left with one question: should Pakistan be governed as...

Institutional harmony and good governance By Talat Masood

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The storm of criticism that has been generated after General Musharraf’s conviction — with the judiciary and legal community on the one side and...

India’s Kashmir policy set on a dangerous course By Talat Masood

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The Pakistan-India relations, apart from brief interludes, have remained fairly antagonistic. The memories of the 1965 and 1971 wars and major skirmishes especially Kargil...

Is Imran’s global charm offensive a game-changer? By Bilal Lakhani

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“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place,” George Bernard Shaw famously said, arguably describing the state of...

Kashmir at the UN again By Zamir Akram

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In one of the finest speeches ever delivered at the United Nations (UN), Prime Minister Imran Khan emphatically resurrected the Kashmir dispute at the...

After the speech By Fahd Husain

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The fourth part compensated for the first three ones. The speech left a good impact. Not bad for a leader’s first appearance at the...