One of the central problems of Imran Khan’s government is the quality and commitment of his range of advisers, not only for day-to-day politics but for both aside short and long-term decision-making process.Read More »
Pakistan: Bringing Thieves to Justice
Pakistan's current accountability drive is necessary not only to put its economy on a healthier track and try to bring stolen money back but also to punish corruption and the corrupt and bring back justice into society.Read More »
Why Pakistan’s Accountability Czar is Target of Hybrid Warfare?
Pakistan is increasingly finding itself in the middle of a hybrid war that is fought not only with means of promoting terrorism in our country but by using and launching fake news, by embellishing true facts with exaggeration and false flag operations.Read More »
Tackling the Evil of Corruption in Pakistan
For Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan and his government, there are no mythological powers that help to do what has to be done. But he is honest in his endeavor. It would be enough if the honest Pakistanis support him.Read More »
Pakistan’s PM Needs Better Advice
Advisors of exceptional stature and competence cannot be found through tenders, they have to be companions in the political fight. Big egos are usually rather a hindrance than an asset in the search for good advisers.Read More »
Protecting Pakistan’s Accountability Process
The country's corrupt and the powerful would like nothing better than to either dismantle the accountability office and/or make it as toothless as possible so that they can keep on looting the nation with impunity.Read More »
Pakistan’s Coal Energy: At What Cost?
The thoughtless rush for coal-fired energy by a politically motivated Pakistani ruling elite is both alarming and questionable.Read More »
Wishes for 2017
Only a stable democratic system where participation of ordinary citizens in the decision-making process is a key element will stop the wholesale loot and plunder that is the order of the day. Pakistan's sham democracy has no intention whatsoever of permitting the effective participation of the citizens in the affairs of even their own community.Read More »
Who Will be Pakistan’s Next Army Chief
Pakistan’s national interests require that the order of seniority must over-ride any personal interest in the selection of next chief of its powerful military, says defense analyst Ikram Sehgal, who recommends that General Zubair Hayat should be the Chairman JCSC and General Ishfaq Nadeem the army chief.Read More »
Surgical Strikes Post-Uri?
If India’s belligerence continues, normalization of relations with Pakistan will remain elusive. The entire region is likely to suffer the consequences of this jingoism.Read More »