Nawaz Sharif

The Circle Gets Bigger

MJ Akbar

The conceptual daring and strategic potential of an economic corridor

Kargil and Clinton

The US president did not accept the condition that he should mediate between India and Pakistan

The Opium Jihad

How Pakistan created the world’s most dangerous narco state

Pervez Musharraf: An end with a whimper and not a bang

Author of the failed Kargil adventure, Pervez Musharraf’s death in exile is an unremarkable end for an ambitious general who hoped for glory as a military leader and Pakistan’s president

Pakistan’s Dilemma

Shuja Nawaz offers an insider’s perspective on strained US-Pakistan ties and challenges for India’s hostile neighbour

Still Searching for Nawaz Sharif

A portrait of the fallen Pakistani leader in the words of others

The Banality of Change

The Punjab assembly says all about Pakistan’s fate

Imran With a Magic Bat?

Wait. India can’t afford to accept his olive branch with a Kashmir caveat

Imran: The Inevitable

Pakistan is his passion and he will play it out like a true democrat

The Bloody Biography of Change

By all accounts, India is not a factor in the election. Is this because the consensus on India is so strong across Pakistan’s political divides that no party gets extra mileage by wrapping the flag around itself?


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