When populism takes precedence

By Enum Naseer

The fresh drone strike in Miranshah that killed 3 militants comes without surprise- crying hoarse over the breach of Pakistani sovereignty, chanting hate slogans directed at big, bad America and blocking NATO supply routes would have served little purpose in the current situational context anyway. The itinerary should have been . . . → Read More: When populism takes precedence

The Glass Half Full

Much is happening in Pakistan—not all of it is good. While a lot is said and written about all that is wrong the good – little as it is – is mostly ignored.

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A Time to Forget, a Time to Recall

‘Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.’ George Santayana

Like the storm that throws the desert into disarray, tearing down the castles it built in sand erecting new structures out of oblivion and vanishing without trace; so it is with this nation that when shoved into murky waters gets . . . → Read More: A Time to Forget, a Time to Recall