January, 2021

  • 14 January

    Exposing the Fake News War Against Pakistan

    The Indian Chronicles report may now represent an opportunity for Pakistan — whose image is reeling from the consequences of the long-term campaign from India mounted against it — to set things right through astute diplomacy.

  • 13 January

    What is the Future of US-Pakistan Relations under Biden?

    Former US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter, Senior Research Professor at John Hopkins University Dr. Daniel Markey, Ikram Sehgal and other foreign policy experts hold a candid discussion on Pakistan-US relations.

  • 11 January

    Reforming Pakistan’s Education System

    Educational reform is certainly the need of the hour in Pakistan. The Ministry of Education is under pressure to produce results. But the development of a single national curriculum that lacks the consent of the provinces is counterproductive.

  • 2 January

    Pakistan: Planning for 2021

    Pakistan will have to tackle the many structural problems enhanced by COVID-19 when the crisis is over. However, planning for 2021 must address some major issues that are important for the country. 

December, 2020

  • 27 December

    Why India is Accused of Subverting the UN Charter

    In a series of articles, a Pakistani magazine, MATRIX MAG, is reproducing parts of the EU DisInfo Lab report to explain how one member of the United Nations indulged in disinformation, slander, and fake news against another member.

  • 25 December

    Trans-Asian Railway: Gateway for South and Southeast Asia

    Trying to be a regional power on its way to being a global one, India is turning a blind eye to the fact that while Eurasia is a reality mainly because of BRI. The time of world leaders, global or even regional powers dominating others is vanishing and a multipolar world is in the making.

  • 19 December

    In Focus: Military’s ‘Influence in Politics’ in Turkey and Pakistan

    Why the coups have always been bloodless in Pakistan? Because the people knew the leaders were corrupt to the core and had made their lives miserable. In Turkey, the "leader was not corrupt" and that's why the 2016 coup was defeated.

  • 15 December

    Pakistan’s Struggling Agriculture Sector – The Missing Piece in the Pie?

    Pakistan is in dire need to urgently launch reforms to revitalize its agricultural sector. The immediate focus of the government should be on bringing Land Reforms.

  • 14 December

    Pakistan and Bangladesh – Time to Move On

    With the global and the regional power balances changing, new options for openings are available for both Pakistan and Bangladesh to use all the opportunities arising. Reforging a diplomatic and economic alliance between our two countries could be a priority.

  • 11 December

    Low Earnings and Agricultural Neglect Push Pakistan into Food Insecurity

    Food prices have been rising in double-digit figures since August 2019, with incomes falling due to the Covid-19-induced economic downturn.