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Hussain H Zaidi

The writer is a graduate from a western European university

  • March 23, 2019

    The perils of being sanctimonious

    We are living in an increasingly sanctimonious society. Our prime minister, the present pope of popular politics, deems himself – and only himself...

  • March 16, 2019

    IPRs and human rights

    Ever since the US branded inadequate protection of intellectual property rights – patents, copyrights and trademarks – an unfair trade practice...

  • March 11, 2019

    From warfare to welfare

    The stand-off between nuclear nations Pakistan and India, set off by a terrorism incident in the disputed territory of Kashmir, points two two...

  • March 05, 2019

    Political economy of the ME policy

    It was agreements and protocols galore – eight to be precise – during the high-profile visit of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman , the first in...

  • February 23, 2019

    India’s MFN faux pas

    India’s reported decision to revoke Pakistan’s most favoured nation status hot on the heels of the Pulwama attack has come as a surprise. For...

  • February 17, 2019

    Mob politics: the kiss of death

    The Supreme Court’s Faizabad judgment talks about mob politics. In 2014, the PTI-PAT’s prolonged dharnas in the federal capital’s high...

  • February 03, 2019

    The Taliban return

    Having fought for over 17 years, the US and the Afghan Taliban are well on course to finally turning swords into ploughshares. Only a cataclysmic...