Opinion



The Great War’s forgotten soldiers

One hundred years after the start of WWI, the world has been commemorating that seminal event.



The road to schools with safety

The Ministry of Education recently received 1,200 school buses. The second batch of 9,000 is expected to be used to transport grade school kids to school.



Health in times of Ebola

In Sub-Saharan Africa, any child with a fever should receive immediate medical care to prevent death from malaria or pneumonia.



The faltering Indo-Pak ties

The Indian government has pressed the mute button on its dialogue with Pakistan.



Pakistan Army back in the driving seat

Besieged Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been assured by the country’s military there will be no coup, but in return he must “share space with the army,” according to a government source who



Pakistan’s political impasse

And here we are again in the middle of another political stalemate.



Media failure: Is it technology or freedom?

A remarkable journalist once said it perfectly.



Tough task of salvaging Iraq

The almost impossible task of salvaging Iraq has begun along two distinct, but interconnected, courses: Political and military.



Parallel politics in Pakistan

It might have made slightly more sense had the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) announced the resignation of its elected representatives from all assemblies but one before Imran Khan embarked on his mo



Bangsamoro law: Mission possible?

The much-awaited draft of the Bangsamoro Basic Law may finally see the light of day after the Bangsamoro Transition Commission submits its second version to the Office of the President this week.

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