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Dr Maleeha Lodhi
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
A lively international debate is underway about how to meet the challenge of governance in a more complex, changing world.
Globalisation, diffusion of power and the rise of diverse new actors have made the business of government ...
 
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Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Dr Maleeha Lodhi
Pakistan has a national crisis in education in dire need of a national response. But the responsibility to deal with this rests with the provinces after the 18th Constitutional Amendment. To urge a national response is not to ...
Tuesday, July 08, 2014
Dr Maleeha Lodhi
Pakistan is carefully evaluating the security implications of new military and strategic developments in the region, which are likely to influence its thinking about South Asia’s nuclear future. They are already shaping ...
Tuesday, July 01, 2014
Dr Maleeha Lodhi
Nicholas Barrington was an extraordinary diplomat who served in what were extraordinary times in the countries where he was posted. His engaging memoir, ‘Envoy’, takes the reader on a breezy diplomatic journey through Pakistan, ...
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Dr Maleeha Lodhi
Recent developments in the wider region and in Pakistan’s neighbourhood have important implications for the country’s security and will need to be carefully evaluated to effectively deal with any of their destabilising effects. ...
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Dr Maleeha Lodhi
Despite frequent declarations by political leaders about their commitment to parliamentary supremacy, their actual conduct in the legislature hasn't lived up to this principle. The National Assembly has underperformed in its first ...
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Dr Maleeha Lodhi
One year on, expectations that Nawaz Sharif’s decisive electoral mandate would translate into decisive governance have not been met. Instead, the prime minister has opted for a risk-averse approach, procrastinated on crucial security ...
Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Dr Maleeha Lodhi
There has been much official and media hype about Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s recent visit to Delhi. It is important to dispassionately review what happened and what didn’t in order to carefully evaluate what should be the way ...
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Dr Maleeha Lodhi
The next phase of the Afghan presidential election is widely expected to be more challenging than the first. Three risks loom as Afghanistan gears up for the second round of voting. The threat of violence and ethnic polarisation – ...
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Dr Maleeha Lodhi
A book published on the eve of India’s general election tries to explain the enigma of Manmohan Singh, who became the country’s weakest prime minister to serve two full terms. The electorate’s verdict on his tenure has been a ...
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Dr Maleeha Lodhi
The writer is special adviser to the Jang Group/Geo and a former envoy to the US and the UK. As India awaits the outcome of its election, Pakistan should calmly weigh the implications of the result for relations between the two ...
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