In the final analysis, the PTI appears closer to the military’s narrative which presupposes the political class as inept and corrupt, and...
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Ali Usman Qasmi talks about the issues his pathbreaking and insightful new book, Ahmadis and the Politics of Religious Exclusion in Pakistan
Parliament is a reflection of people’s will
Armed forces effectively represent the state of Pakistan. Or do they?
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Senior journalist Mahir Ali talks about the Palestinian-Israel issue in the context of both the current situation and the conflict’s history
The assumption that electoral reforms must include a neutral setup is grossly erroneous