Tuesday October 19, 2021
Fahd Humayun
Fahd Humayun

  • May 04, 2021

    A hard sell in DC

    After an extensive policy review, the Biden Administration has begun the process of withdrawing its troops from Afghanistan.Pakistan had hoped that...

  • March 23, 2021

    Of signals and compulsions

    It’s early days yet, but after a period of protracted turbulence, the India-Pakistan relationship seems to be steadying.This steadying has largely...

  • November 28, 2020

    The eastern question - Part II

    Will peace with India ever be possible? Before the ascent of Narendra Modi, there were certainly a greater number of optimists in Pakistan who...

  • November 27, 2020

    The eastern question - Part I

    How do states signal credibility and believability to their allies, adversaries and neutral fence-sitters? Given Pakistan’s recently prepared...

  • November 07, 2020

    How to engage post-election US

    The writer is a PhD candidate at Yale.As the dust settles on a closely contested presidential election in Washington, many Pakistanis are wondering...

  • May 06, 2020

    Democracy in a pandemic

    Pakistan still has a long way to go in the fight against Covid-19, with almost 20,000 confirmed cases, and doctors and hospitals facing a harrowing...

  • February 11, 2020

    The ground has shifted

    A lot has changed in the six months since India’s unilateral annexation of occupied Kashmir.In Pakistan, both the appetite for dialogue with India...

  • October 14, 2019

    The subtle art of getting it right

    The PM’s efforts to make Kashmir a live issue on the diplomatic stage have seen a surge in his popularity at home. But two statements by Imran...

  • May 29, 2019

    Who’s afraid of Mr Jinnah?

    India’s election is over, and the BJP has won in a landslide that is nothing short of historic. The Opposition has been delivered a crushing...

  • April 28, 2019

    Looking west

    There are two ways to assess Prime Minister Khan’s first state visit to Iran. The first is to view the trip as a desperate bid to repair a...

  • May 04, 2021

    A hard sell in DC

    After an extensive policy review, the Biden Administration has begun the process of withdrawing its troops from Afghanistan.Pakistan had hoped that...

  • March 23, 2021

    Of signals and compulsions

    It’s early days yet, but after a period of protracted turbulence, the India-Pakistan relationship seems to be steadying.This steadying has largely...

  • November 28, 2020

    The eastern question - Part II

    Will peace with India ever be possible? Before the ascent of Narendra Modi, there were certainly a greater number of optimists in Pakistan who...

  • November 27, 2020

    The eastern question - Part I

    How do states signal credibility and believability to their allies, adversaries and neutral fence-sitters? Given Pakistan’s recently prepared...

  • November 07, 2020

    How to engage post-election US

    The writer is a PhD candidate at Yale.As the dust settles on a closely contested presidential election in Washington, many Pakistanis are wondering...

  • May 06, 2020

    Democracy in a pandemic

    Pakistan still has a long way to go in the fight against Covid-19, with almost 20,000 confirmed cases, and doctors and hospitals facing a harrowing...

  • February 11, 2020

    The ground has shifted

    A lot has changed in the six months since India’s unilateral annexation of occupied Kashmir.In Pakistan, both the appetite for dialogue with India...

  • October 14, 2019

    The subtle art of getting it right

    The PM’s efforts to make Kashmir a live issue on the diplomatic stage have seen a surge in his popularity at home. But two statements by Imran...

  • May 29, 2019

    Who’s afraid of Mr Jinnah?

    India’s election is over, and the BJP has won in a landslide that is nothing short of historic. The Opposition has been delivered a crushing...

  • April 28, 2019

    Looking west

    There are two ways to assess Prime Minister Khan’s first state visit to Iran. The first is to view the trip as a desperate bid to repair a...