Category Archives: SR Writes

The episode poses a number of key questions that place Pakistan in the crosshairs of a dangerous regional crisis as well as foreign policy flashpoint, says Rehman

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Teen poisoned and burned in so-called ‘honor killing’

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April 4 reminds us of the statesman that the country lost to the ambitions of a cardboard-cutout of an archtypical dictator, writes Sherry Rehman on SZAB

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By Sherry Rehman March 26, 2016 “The menace of Brussels…

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The edifice of exclusion, of restricted rights, is so difficult to take down because it takes its power from state-defined unitary codes.

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Rehman writes on the Heart of Asia Conference and Pakistan’s relationship with India and Afghanistan.

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As one of the world’s smaller polluters, Pakistan is well within its rights in seeking resources and funds to cope with the impact of problems for which it is not responsible

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If Islamabad fails to push Pakistan’s case for what it deserves as one of the worst-hit victims of climate change, no one else will.

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The four-point formula is a good scramble at presenting the world with policy pro-activity from Pakistan. But a tone-deaf Delhi leaves little room for levelling up the non-existent peace track.

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As the big global strategic picture shifts on its axis, Pakistan has opportunity knocking in two broad gradients, if not more.

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