An eminent journalist connects American anti-Muslim rhetoric to U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.
On the final frontier, Beijing is bringing its A game. Can other Asian powers such as India compete?
A “National Action Plan” to combat terrorism is incomplete without the state confronting its own history of supporting radical Islamism.
Amid a Taliban insurgency and discontent with government officials, Pakistanis remain strongly attached to free elections. But until politicians improve the standard of governance and the popular military recedes from politics, democracy will remain incomplete.
How the murder of a social media star reveals deeper problems in Pakistani society.