Tag Archives: Peshawar High Court

Pakistan: Step Forward or Path to Confrontation

The latest ruling is likely to accentuate tensions between the judiciary and the military, which is already incensed over the Supreme Court’s dramatic objections to the 3-year extension that Prime Minister Imran Khan gave to army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa late November.

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Drones, Pakistan and International Law

Assuming that geopolitics will always trump international and national humanitarian law, one can only hope that Pakistan at some stage takes a categorical position against drones, and lobbies for an accountable and transparent counterterrorism mechanism.

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