The writer works in the development sector in Pakistan and has worked on peace and women rights issues as an activist in the past.
Pakistan’s Political Economy is a collection of eleven pieces, inspired by an article in the EPW on state and Alavian thesis
Shift from state planning to neoliberal model has not helped the country achieve economic stability
A robust industrial policy with exports promotion is the key to cope with Pakistan’s economic crisis
There is need to broaden the debate on finding solutions for water crisis
Rule of law being operationalised through the institutions of dispute resolution and justice institutions is another 'layer' to power relations...
For the well-being of poor women, men and children, BISP must go on despite cuts in development expenditure
The nuclearisation has neither helped India nor Pakistan in keeping their societies, people and states safer and prosperous
Countries do not become "strong" because they disallow criticism, opposition, dissent and calls for accountability
How the textiles sector in Pakistan came into the hands of Memons and Chiniotis after the Partition
Recounting the Indo-Pak peace dividends and challenges in the wake of Modi’s ‘surprise’ visit to Lahore