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Thursday September 29, 2022
Touqir Hussain
Touqir Hussain

  • September 21, 2022

    Some inconvenient truths

    Afghan spectators’ angry and violent reaction to the defeat by Pakistan at the Asia Cup has disappointed Pakistanis. Many feel outraged by the...

  • August 29, 2022

    Domestic foreign policy issues

    A country’s leadership is supposed to serve its economic and security interests, advance people’s wellbeing, and respond to their aspirations...

  • August 01, 2022

    Faulty assumptions

    The writer, a former ambassador, is adjunct professor at Georgetown University and senior visiting research fellow at the National University of...

  • June 25, 2022

    Manufacturing a policy

    The eagerness of the US to start, provoke or engage in wars is well known but what is not commonly known or understood are the reasons. The Russian...

  • January 19, 2022

    A bridge from a bygone era

    The writer, a former ambassador, is adjunct professor at Georgetown University and senior visiting research fellow at the National University of...

  • December 13, 2021

    Debating Pakistan’s future

    The writer, a former ambassador, is adjunct professor at Georgetown University and senior visiting research fellow at the National University of...

  • September 18, 2021

    A bizarre foreign policy

    The writer, a former ambassador, is adjunct professor at Georgetown University and senior visiting research fellow at the National University of...

  • August 14, 2021

    A real look at US-India relations

    The writer, a former ambassador, is adjunct professor at Georgetown University and senior visiting research fellow at the National University of...

  • July 28, 2021

    Afghanistan policy: testing times

    Sadly, Afghanistan for a good part of its history has been at war with itself. Foreign powers have sometimes provoked these wars and sometimes...