India is unlikely to offer any meaningful compromises to resolve the Kashmir dispute.
Under the cover of countering terrorism, state suppression of the rights of Muslims has intensified.
The BJP’s plan to ‘resolve’ the Kashmir ‘problem’ is to colonise it.
The aftermath of the crisis offers an opportunity to advance the objective of peace in South Asia.
Durable peace and security in Afghanistan will depend on the level of external interference in its affairs.
There is a solid economic rationale to prioritise global investment in developing countries.
The Taliban’s reluctance to talk to the Kabul regime has emerged as the most important obstacle.
The PTI should devote most of its financial and administrative capital to addressing the people’s basic needs.
Pakistan should revive its traditional leadership role in the Muslim world.
The objective may not be to secure an adversary’s immediate defeat, but to erode its morale.
Sectors and products with the greatest potential for export growth should be identified and promoted.
Trump has mastered the art of diversion through atrocious assertions and rhetoric.
There is need for more vocal Chinese support to Pakistan on its core security challenges.
The confrontation between the US and China is likely to escalate in words and deeds.
Modi and the BJP have failed spectacularly to improve the lives of the majority of the Indian people.
The US has several tactical and strategic reasons to cooperate with China and support CPEC.
The presumption of integrity will enhance Pakistan’s international credentials.
None of America’s exercises in coercion is likely to end well.
Pakistan-China ties must be developed on the basis of convergent strategic objectives.
How ‘free’ is the ‘common’ Pakistani voter to choose qualified and honest representatives?