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Treachery and Betrayal – Bajwa Doctrine. Part 4: Time to go home, General!

To see a dozen chaps waving green placards captioned "Pak Fauj Zindabad" saddened my heart. Saddened me that Gen. Bajwa's poor attempt to redeem his...

Decades on, Pakistan is Still Seeking a Kabul River Agreement

The absence of a functioning government in upstream Afghanistan has hampered treaty efforts for the major Indus tributary.

Dr. Nauman Bhittani Laid to Rest in Peshawar

The Janaza prayer of Dr. Nauman Bhittani was offered on Tuesday, May 10, in Hayatabad, Peshawar, Pakistan. He was later laid to rest at...

A New Stage of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, New Yorkers have stepped up time and time again to protect each other. Today, over 6 million New Yorkers are...

Treachery and Betrayal – The Bajwa Doctrine

Strong words these. Treachery and Betrayal. Very strong words. The word Treachery originates from the word "trechcaire" in Old French meaning "to cheat" and today...

Pakistani Community Organization PACE Holds Interfaith Iftar Dinner

The room presented a tapestry of cultures, faiths and traditions – they were Christians, Jews, Hindus, Sikhs, and Muslims. They assembled in the nicely...

Defacto Second NRO

Imran Khan was ousted by “constitutional means”– a no-confidence vote but barely. It was clearly a “civilian coup”, a means of correcting the political balance when it has to be changed within the tenure of an elected government.

Handling Protests in Unsettled Times

Historically speaking, utilizing an anti-western narrative as a political stance has often created a downward spiral in Pakistan.

Pakistan’s Strongman in the Spotlight: Shaheen Sehbai’s Candid Reflections

The Bajwa-Shahbaz picture was pathetic and hurt the hearts and minds of millions of Pakistanis. So was his move to invite him to North Waziristan and make every officer salute him. What has Shahbaz got to do with these operations and terrorists anyway but why give him that opportunity?

A Bangladeshi Perspective: Pakistan Can’t Afford Anarchy

The architects of the judicial coup to depose Imran Khan had underestimated his popularity among the people – from urban to remotest rural areas of Pakistan. It made him more popular and acceptable than ever before and solidified his leadership for years to come, which at the same time cemented further the national unity and solidarity in Pakistan. The private citizen Imran Khan is more powerful and popular than the premier Imran Khan.

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