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Raashid Wali Janjua
Raashid Wali Janjua

The writer is a retired brigadier, and a PhD scholar in Peace and Conflict Studies at the National University of Science and Technology, Islamabad.

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  • January 30, 2016

    A renaissance man

    A protean genius like Sahibzada Yaqub Khan reminds one of the immortal words of Shakespeare: “…all the men and women merely players,...

  • January 17, 2016

    Human security and Balochistan

    The Baloch problem has so far mostly been seen from the lens of the classic realist angle of national security. The pathologies identified and the...

  • January 09, 2016

    The Fata conundrum

    Pakistan’s tribal areas have been crying out for attention since Independence. Sir Olaf Caroe’s limpid prose describes Fata as “a prickly and...

  • December 31, 2015

    The violence of Hindutva

    “The arc of the moral universe is long and it bends towards justice.” — Theodore Parker The heralded anti-slavery struggle in the United...

  • December 20, 2015

    Pakistan’s Greek moment

    The Greeks could splurge in a stagflation hit economy because deep down they knew the high financial stakes of France, Germany, and Italy. The...

  • December 16, 2015

    Secession of East Pakistan

    Nothing sums up the pain and sorrow of a separation better than the inimitable verses of Faiz where his tortured soul laments, “Khoon ke dhabbay...

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