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Pakistan’s Confused COVID-19 Response
June 09, 2020

Pakistan’s Confused COVID-19 Response

By Daud Khattak
Pakistan’s coronavirus fight needs clear public messaging to avert a public health crisis.
Will Pakistan’s Mass Surveillance Strategy Outlive the Pandemic?
June 05, 2020

Will Pakistan’s Mass Surveillance Strategy Outlive the Pandemic?

By Kaukab Tahir Shairani
With over 51,000 active COVID-19 cases, Pakistani authorities have remained silent on the scope and effectiveness of the militant-tracking system.

Can COVID-19 Draw Pakistan and Russia Closer Together?
May 12, 2020

Can COVID-19 Draw Pakistan and Russia Closer Together?

By Shahid Hussain
In recent years, Russia and Pakistan have put aside some of their differences. The coronavirus could accelerate this reconciliation.

The Battles That Can Cost South Asia the War Against COVID-19
April 30, 2020

The Battles That Can Cost South Asia the War Against COVID-19

By Said Sabir Ibrahimi and Syed Mafiz Kamal
Communal tensions, misinformation, and poverty: across South Asia, governments are facing similar issues in their COVID-19 responses.

COVID-19 Fans Religious Discrimination in Pakistan
April 28, 2020

COVID-19 Fans Religious Discrimination in Pakistan

By Jaffer Abbas Mirza
Referring to COVID-19 as “the Shia virus.” Denying aid to Christians and Hindus. These are only a few examples of faith-based discrimination in Pakistan.
Are Imran Khan’s Days as Pakistan’s Prime Minister Numbered?
April 21, 2020

Are Imran Khan’s Days as Pakistan’s Prime Minister Numbered?

By Daud Khattak
The PTI government's poor performance has apparently alienated even Pakistan's kingmakers: the military.

Pakistan Struggles to Fight COVID-19
April 15, 2020

Pakistan Struggles to Fight COVID-19

By Rabiya Jaffery
Doctors are concerned about Pakistan’s healthcare capacity as COVID-19 cases increase.
Mosques Stay Open in Pakistan Even as Virus Death Toll Rises
April 03, 2020

Mosques Stay Open in Pakistan Even as Virus Death Toll Rises

By Associated Press
Mosques remain open in Pakistan, even as they have been shut down across much of the Middle East and elsewhere. 

Pakistan’s Fight Against the Coronavirus Threat
March 31, 2020

Pakistan’s Fight Against the Coronavirus Threat

By Muhammad Ahmad Saad
Prime Minister Khan has been criticized for his response, but Pakistan is managing the best it can under difficult circumstances

Amid Coronavirus Trouble, Pakistan Remains a House Divided
March 27, 2020

Amid Coronavirus Trouble, Pakistan Remains a House Divided

By Manik Aftab
The Imran Khan government is still refusing to seek cooperation from the opposition, even amid a health emergency.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan Warns New Virus May Devastate Developing Nations
March 17, 2020

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan Warns New Virus May Devastate Developing Nations

By Associated Press
"If it spreads, we will all have problems with our health facilities. We just don't have that capability. We just don't have the resources."
If Pakistan Won’t Evacuate Its Citizens From Wuhan, India Should
February 13, 2020

If Pakistan Won’t Evacuate Its Citizens From Wuhan, India Should

By Shairee Malhotra
India should make a formal offer to evacuate Pakistani students stranded in Wuhan amid the coronavirus quarantine.

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