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Dr Muhammad Yaqub
An average citizen must be totally confused about the state of the economy after hearing, on the one hand, the official/IMF pronouncements that economic stabilisation has been achieved and, on the other hand, reading views of independent economists ...
 
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Hussain H Zaidi
The United Nations Security Council’s decision to impose an arms embargo on the Houthis together with the call that they must immediately vacate the territory they have seized and seek a political solution to the problem is significant in several ...
 
 
Dr Javaid Laghari
The Punjab government recently advertised for the position of vice chancellor for 10 public universities. With 95 public universities in Pakistan (plus 72 in the private sector) and a VC tenure being four years, the government on average needs to ...
 
 
Nnimmo Bassey
The climate paradox is that while governments agree that it is an imminent crisis, they are unwilling to act in a manner that shows that they assimilate this truth. Indeed, climate negotiations have remained largely a political exercise that ...
 
 
Belen Fernandez
When Barack Obama was first elected in 2008, many inhabitants of the globe hoped that with the transition would come a more sympathetic US foreign policy. After all, a member of a historically persecuted cohort in the United States couldn’t help ...
 
 
Asna Ali
Donald Rumsfeld was right about one thing. There are known unknowns and there are unknown unknowns. The things we don’t know that we don’t know. Ignorance is a rampant problem throughout the world. You are ignorant. So am I. It’s okay. Everyone ...