The strike is on

The Indian working class once again showed power and muscle in the two-day general strike on January 8 and 9. According to...

The battle for Sindh

The PTI’s efforts to topple the Sindh government seem to have failed because the party made the mistake of relying solely on...

Protests in Sudan

The International Criminal Court issued two arrest warrants in 2009 and 2010, respectively, against Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, accusing him of war...

A disappointing start

It has been a disappointing start for the PTI government as there appears to be no serious agenda for reforms beyond the...

Going the way of China

The debate over China’s economic model has re-emerged as the trade war between the US and China intensifies. It had previously emerged...

Not a promising start

“Today, political parties claim there was rigging. The first thing I will say is that this Election Commission was formed by the...

It’s a woman’s vote

Women voters in Dir made history by casting their ballots in the July 25 elections after many decades of disenfranchisement. For many...

The verdict is out

On July 25, Pakistan achieved another milestone. The people of Pakistan came out in big numbers to choose their new representatives. This...

Predicting the unpredictable

It is not easy to predict an election in Pakistan. But the upcoming July 25 general elections have become even more difficult...

Decisive votes?

All opinion polls, surveys and predictions are clearly indicating two things. One, that no political party will be able to get the...

Democratic accountability

On July 25, Pakistani voters will deliver their verdict after having judged the performance of their representatives and the federal and provincial...