While Malala is making a slow yet steady recovery, Pakistan continues to be tormented by her tormentors.
Does Pakistan figure in the face-saving deal that the US is trying to thrash out with the Taliban in Doha?
What impression are we giving the world by being so haughty and by undertaking moral-policing? What lessons are we teaching our children? And what dangers are we exposing people to?
Besides a peaceful settlement in Afghanistan, human rights, ensuring recent gender gains are not lost in any political compromises and implementing a viable, long-term economic plan are all issues being discussed in Germany.
Will Imran Khan make it to the Prime Minister’s house in 2012?
It’s a bizarre and incredible scandal that is unlikely to fizzle anytime soon. Here are the major events that have led to the resignation of Husain Haqqani and put all eyes on President Zardari.
Secretary Hillary Clinton’s team attempts to salvage their ruptured relationship with the Pakistani establishment.
Is the US scapegoating Pakistan for its failures in Afghanistan, or is there any justification for the serious allegations it has levelled against the ISI?
The current showboating between Pakistan and the US will not bring any solution to the table.
Given the military’s support of jihadi groups, local communities in Swat ask, “From where should the de-radicalisation process be initiated?”