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The End of War?

The Ukraine war seems to be getting nowhere, with Russia maintaining control over significant Ukrainian territory. The European Union, anticipating...

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Decisive Policy

The unfortunate Bannu attack and the Foreign Office’s strong statement to Afghanistan reflect a repeated pattern. Evidence-based claims of Afghan...

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Careful Treading

The constitution certainly allows ad hoc appointments in the judiciary, but only under the rationale of necessity. By bringing retired judges to...

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The Nation Editorial

Politics of Ban

When nothing seems to work, a ban does. This appears to be the government’s mantra since it announced the banning of a political party. Pakistan...

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The Nation Editorial

Quality Crisis

The Sindh Food Authority has ordered a private company to withdraw eleven packaged food items from the market due to their substandard quality....

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The Nation Editorial

Forgotten Gaza

The bombs are still dropping over Gaza, and every day Israel pushes the Palestinian population to a new location, only to bomb them there later....

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The Nation Editorial

Cartoon

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Criminal Negligence

A hydel power project is a massive critical infrastructure domain. Both from the perspective of cost and utility, from planning to construction,...

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The Nation Editorial

Politics of Sit-ins

Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) has once again disrupted the routine life of the twin cities by staging a sit-in at Faizabad. This time, the...

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Scapegoat Sector

Every successive government is ambitious about public sector development until it faces tight fiscal constraints. This year’s budget story is no...

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The Nation Editorial

Trump Survives

The United States of America narrowly avoided a cataclysmic political event as former President Donald Trump survived an assassination attempt...

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The Nation Editorial

Socialising Solar

From considering heavy taxes on solar panels and the reduction of net-metering rates to now integrating solar power in its various governmental...

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The Nation Editorial

Sporting Decline

In a highly dispiriting development, the Pakistani athletes headed for the Paris Olympics are outnumbered by the offi­cials accompanying them....

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The Nation Editorial

Iran’s Foreign Policy

A ‘constructive dialogue’ with Europe is a rare mention in Iranian politics, but with a moderate President-elect, certain things are expected...

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The Nation Editorial

The Last Loan

The nation shares the sentiment expressed by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif that this current bailout from the International Monetary Fund must be...

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Short-lived Reprieve

The judiciary gives and the judiciary takes away. Imran Khan’s convoluted entanglements with the law show no sign of abating. While he and his...

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The Nation Editorial

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