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February, 2018

  • 2 February

    Immigration: Trump’s Actions Being Opposed by Investors

    NY State and City Comptrollers Thomas P. DiNapoli and NYC Comptroller Scott M. Stringer join 41 American companies in charge against President Trump’s executive orders and proclamation.

January, 2018

  • 27 January

    Pakistan Pavillion at Davos

    Davos is a unique opportunity to showcase Pakistan, it is imperative that major Pakistani business leaders use the Davos platform to be counted as the outstanding entrepreneurs they are.

  • 6 January

    Will Elections be Delayed in Pakistan?

    Instead of making the elections controversial and adding to Pakistan’s problems, elections should be deferred with consultations among all stakeholders. This delay will also allow elongation of the Senate’s life for a short time.

December, 2017

  • 13 December

    America’s Housing Crisis

    People need places to live, but greedy developers are taking advantage of popular markets like New York and California by marketing only to the rich. It might seem like capitalism at its finest, but there is a price to pay, and that is the well-being of the middle and lower classes.

November, 2017

  • 5 November

    What to Look Forward After Loss of 33,000 Jobs

    Even though Republicans and Democrats agree that the effect of the hurricanes dampened the September report, minimal shifts from the report in August seem to indicate Trump hasn’t managed to stimulate job growth the way he promised to.

October, 2017

  • 23 October

    Bank Failure Not An Option

    A Central Bank is only as good as the authority its personnel exercises with competence, honesty and integrity. Facing threats, intimidation, coercion and even blackmail, etc, State Bank of Pakistan’s unsung heroes truly deserve a medal.

  • 7 October

    How Safe is Your Smartphone from Hackers?

    Your smartphone may be at risk of being hacked even while you are charging it at the airport or replacing its broken screen.

  • 7 October

    Faking The News to Win

    Post-truth “alternative facts” and lies can have a destabilizing effect on domestic and international politics. With literacy rate low people in South Asia are particularly vulnerable, they tend to easily believe what they see and hear.

  • 2 October

    Interplay Between Economy And Security

    Pakistan’s economy faces fundamental challenges to sustain its economic growth and hence economic security. With falling domestic and foreign investments, the current policy of consumption-led growth is threatening even to maintain the present low economic growth.

September, 2017

  • 29 September

    Lessons Pakistani Democrats Can Learn from Tom Price

    Tom Price's resignation may mean an end to his political career, but it reinforces the trust of millions of voters in the American democracy. What can quasi democracies like Pakistan learn from this episode?