Sherry Rehman writes on the murder of Qandeel Baloch, so-called honour killings in Pakistan, and the forgiveness clause.
We understand that there is no Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto shaheed to do the needful but Pakistan should by now have requested a meeting of the UN Human Rights Committee at the very least, says Rehman on Kashmir.
Senator Sherry Rehman writes on Pakistan’s foreign policy and the many challenges in the current climate.
Senator Sherry Rehman lectures at the Oxford and Cambridge Society of Pakistan
India’s out of turn inclusion in the NSG will disrupt the balance of power and lead to an unwanted arms race in the region
The current government has left a leadership vacuum at the core of our policymaking infrastructure, with no Foreign Minister, and no empowered cabinet members other than two to steer this ship
The government needs to take a clear position on how it treats its citizens, especially the marginalized and vulnerable, says Rehman
Corruption is bleeding Rs 2.2 billion from our economy every day. We need to start taking it seriously.
In the Finance Bill 2016-17 amendments have been proposed in Clause 23 of the Income Tax Ordinance that will arguably provide legal cover to undeclared wealth held through foreign trusts by Pakistani individuals.
This is how budgets were made in the 1990s, not the devolved Pakistan, says Sherry Rehman in Senate