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Civil-military ties, not back to square one
DAWN Group

Civil-military ties, not back to square one

The only consensus seems to be that something is rotten in the state of Pakistan. The general diagnosis is that the problem lies in the nature of democracy here. When Hamlet grappled with his existential crisis, it was Yorick's skull that reminded ... DAWN Group, 1 week ago

Realities behind the Pakistani 'Revolution'

Islamabad drama would sooner or later reach climax or the anti-climax. The script writer of the sit-in drama probably has been changing the script according to the tide. Despite going into reasons, dynamics and frictions behind this live theatre of ...
 Meri News2 weeks ago

New push needed to stop nukes: leaders

Former prime ministers, foreign and defence ministers have urged all nations to put new effort into nuclear disarmament. The call comes as Prime Minister Tony Abbott prepares to sign a nuclear co-operation deal with India despite that country not ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago

Anarchist Imran Khan may end up replicating role model Kejriwal

A Pakistani friend in whose objectivity Ive faith made an insightful comment on the Army's influence in that country: Theyve never lost a war against people and democracy at home. The twin-assault Nawaz Sharif is facing from Imran Khan and ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
Town Hall

Of Course the UN Doesn't Matter to Putin

Pakistan: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was named with 20 others today as a suspect in the murder of 14 protestors in Lahore in June. The Pakistan Army is staging a constitutional coup. According to a leader of the protest movement in Islamabad, ...
 Town Hall3 weeks ago

Keep the men in the barracks

The Army and Democracy: Military Politics in Pakistan By Aqil Shah, Harvard, Rs 995 It might prove to be disturbing to read this book while the show is still on in Islamabad, where two minority parties are dictating terms to a majority government.
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago

Step forward, or backward?

If India has decided to side-step the Kashmir issue in favour of what it considers other pressing matters, such as bilateral trade, and Pakistan wants Kashmir to be elevated in the talks, New Delhi's foreign policy is going to be tested Relations ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago

For the people: Imran leading the first-ever people's protest says Rashid

Says Nawaz first underm­ines the army and judici­ary then plunde­rs nation's wealth. Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid. PHOTO: NNI LAHORE: No one can work or negotiate with a prime minister who refuses to improve things for the ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

A body that could have averted the current crisis

For news details visit : LAHORE- The current political crisis has badly affected the working of the state institutions and seriously damaged the national ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Independence Day: D-day for democracy?

Too late for a negotiated settlement? Pakistan's 67 th Independence Day is round the corner. But instead of being celebrated as an auspicious day when the country was created, it is being portrayed as the D-day for booting out a ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago
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