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Hussain H Zaidi

The writer is a graduate from a western European university

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  • September 15, 2018

    Not our war?

    By repute, Imran Khan is a flip-flopper. On almost every issue of public importance, he first takes a seemingly uncompromising stance. But on sober...

  • September 09, 2018

    The curse of populism

    The scales have seldom been tipped so much in favour of any other prime minister. With the key institutions fully behind him; opponents already...

  • September 01, 2018

    War to the knife

    On August 23, the US imposed tariffs worth $16 billion on Chinese imports. On the same day, Beijing paid Washington back in the same coin by racking...

  • August 26, 2018

    The opposition’s dilemmas

    In the wake of the disputed elections, political parties in the opposition had much on their platter. Despite having a strong appetite, they have...

  • August 18, 2018

    The capital crunch

    As if ordained by destiny, every government in Pakistan inherits a cadaverous economy undergirded by high current account, trade and fiscal...

  • August 04, 2018

    New bottles and old wine

    The more things change, the more they stay the same. This adage also holds good for the 2018 elections. Beneath the sparkling illusion of ‘Naya...

  • July 29, 2018

    A verdict foretold

    Amid allegations of foul play and as widely predicted, the PTI has emerged as the single largest party nationwide and currently stands ahead of the...

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