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Saturday October 23, 2021
Sherry Rehman
Sherry Rehman

  • April 02, 2021

    Terms for peace

    As Pakistan lurches through its worst wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, talk of peace with India fuels a fresh round of speculation about prospects and...

  • August 05, 2020

    The forgotten people

    For Kashmiris, a string of black days punctuate the twilight of daily state atrocities that now define their lives. August 5, 2019 is only one of...

  • July 09, 2020

    Pakistan and the new great game

    As the China-India conflict in the Himalayas blows hot and blows cold, Islamabad’s studied reticence has so far only signaled quiet alarm. While...

  • June 04, 2020

    Managing the stand-off

    The writer is the PPP parliamentary leader in the Senate, president of the Jinnah Institute, and served as Pakistan’s ambassador to the US and as...

  • May 09, 2020

    Will Covid-19 reshape Afghan peace?

    The writer is the PPP parliamentary leader in the Senate, president of the Jinnah Institute, and served as Pakistan’s ambassador to the...

  • April 04, 2020

    Will the pandemic bring peace?

    A global pandemic that moves with lightning speed to spread its deadly payload across borders, communities and class, demands a reconsideration at...

  • March 09, 2020

    Womansplaining rights

    As women celebrate their womanhood on March 8, and bond in solidarity to define the rights to their lives and choices, many people in Pakistan still...

  • March 03, 2020

    Three tsunamis for Pakistan

    Like many parts of the world, Pakistan is going through a populist moment. A key trait of such campaigns is big-ticket promises of transformational...

  • January 16, 2019

    Child marriage and the law

    Pakistan’s children are its future. Yet not only is this generation put to work in homes, fields and factories, they are also the silent objects...