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Pakistan Will Remain in the FATF Grey List – But That’s Not Enough
October 21, 2020

Pakistan Will Remain in the FATF Grey List – But That’s Not Enough

By Mariam Solaimankhail
At a time when Islamabad, with Beijing’s backing, desperately seeks to escape the clutches of the task force, it must introspect on its efforts.

Silent Battles: How Pakistani Women Counter Harassment in Cyberspace
October 21, 2020

Silent Battles: How Pakistani Women Counter Harassment in Cyberspace

By Allia Bukhari
“Unless these issues are addressed in the real world, they will continue to exist and increase in the online world.”
Pakistan’s Former Prime Minister Takes the Generals Head on Amid Growing Confrontation
October 20, 2020

Pakistan’s Former Prime Minister Takes the Generals Head on Amid Growing Confrontation

By Daud Khattak
The Pakistan army finds itself in a dilemma when it comes to continuing supporting the Imran Khan government.

Pakistan Remains in the UN Terror Financing Grey Zone
October 20, 2020

Pakistan Remains in the UN Terror Financing Grey Zone

By Husain Haqqani
Pakistan has failed in letter and spirit to disrupt and dismantle terrorist financial infrastructure despite repeated warnings.

Opposition Rallies Rock Pakistan As Its Leaders Push Against Imran Khan and the Military
October 19, 2020

Opposition Rallies Rock Pakistan As Its Leaders Push Against Imran Khan and the Military

By Abhijnan Rej
Opposition leader Nawaz Sharif’s push against the country’s powerful military is a bold gambit with no obvious end game.

How Balochistan Is Failing Its Girls
October 16, 2020

How Balochistan Is Failing Its Girls

By Mariyam Suleman
It will take concerted, collective action to change the oppressed society for young girls and women in Pakistan’s Balochistan province.

Baloch Student Protest Lost Scholarships and Reserved Seats in Punjab Universities
October 14, 2020

Baloch Student Protest Lost Scholarships and Reserved Seats in Punjab Universities

By Mariyam Suleman
Baloch students may or may not get their demands met, but they are determined to draw attention to their right to education.
Pakistan Police Arrest Key Suspect in Shocking Highway Rape
October 14, 2020

Pakistan Police Arrest Key Suspect in Shocking Highway Rape

By Associated Press
The attack shocked Pakistan and galvanized women's rights activists.

Power Play, Morality and … a TikTok Ban in Pakistan
October 10, 2020

Power Play, Morality and … a TikTok Ban in Pakistan

By Abhijnan Rej
Islamabad’s decision to ban the popular Chinese app comes amid deepening political turmoil in the country.

No, Fazlur Rehman Cannot Protect Pakistanis’ Democratic Rights
October 10, 2020

No, Fazlur Rehman Cannot Protect Pakistanis’ Democratic Rights

By Umair Jamal
Opposition parties have tapped a right-wing Islamist as the leader of the Pakistan Democratic Movement. That raises serious questions.

Could Bangladesh and Pakistan Make Waves by Cooperating on Climate Change?
October 09, 2020

Could Bangladesh and Pakistan Make Waves by Cooperating on Climate Change?

By Kashoon Leeza
Cooperation around climate change could also pave way for normalization of relations between both countries.
In a Rare Show of Power, Pakistan Opposition Elites Challenge the Generals
October 09, 2020

In a Rare Show of Power, Pakistan Opposition Elites Challenge the Generals

By Daud Khattak
Political temperatures rise in Pakistan as the opposition takes on the military and Imran Khan headlong.

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