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The government is focusing on the economic & political situation. Security & external matters are not its priority. [Read More]
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Recent events have revealed an amateurish approach to handling critical governance issues. [Read More]
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Recent US actions that appear to 'punish' Pakistan will not help in obtaining the new government's support. [Read More]
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There are some critical capitals the prime minister needs to visit and interact with. [Read More]
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The PTI government has taken populist rhetoric too far on the issue of accountability. [Read More]
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Imran Khan is now fully in the saddle, though still dependent on disparate groups to run the government. [Read More]
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The spectacular rise of the TLP over the past year has changed the dynamics of religious politics in the country. [Read More]
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Only a strong parliament can help the government regain its democratic space. [Read More]
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Pakistan faces severe challenges in its relations with the US, Afghanistan and India. [Read More]
The real battleground is Punjab: it could make or break Imran Khan's dream. [Read More]
Stories about some kind of a deal between the establishment and the PPP have been circulating. [Read More]
The widening rift between the Sharif brothers has further compounded the party's predicament. [Read More]
Instead of an improved quality of democracy, Pakistan has been sliding in the opposite direction. [Read More]
The use of brute force has failed to deter the Palestinian resistance against Israeli occupation. [Read More]
The military is not the only reason for the former prime minister's current miseries. [Read More]
It is the Pakhtun age of enlightenment; an age of rejection of obscurantism and oppression. [Read More]
A serious crisis is waiting to happen on the eve of the general elections the outcome of which is hard to predict. [Read More]
The truth is that the general was reflecting the thinking of his institution. [Read More]
The security establishment and the courts have asserted themselves to distort the balance of power. [Read More]
While crying foul, political leaders are still not willing to reform the system. [Read More]
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