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Can Imran Khan Really End Corruption in Pakistan?
May 21, 2019
Can Imran Khan Really End Corruption in Pakistan?
As Pakistan fights to curtail corruption, the government can look toward China and India for anti-corruption policies.
Can Imran Khan Really End Corruption in Pakistan?
Imran Khan: High Hopes, Greater Expectations
September 05, 2018
Imran Khan: High Hopes, Greater Expectations
Imran Khan is hitting controversies early exactly because his supporters expect so much from his government.
Imran Khan: High Hopes, Greater Expectations
The Political Hurdles for Imran Khan’s Government
August 03, 2018
The Political Hurdles for Imran Khan’s Government
Ironically, Khan's biggest test will come not from the opposition, but from the groups that supported him.
The Political Hurdles for Imran Khan’s Government
Can Shehbaz Sharif Escape His Brother's Shadow?
July 16, 2018
Can Shehbaz Sharif Escape His Brother's Shadow?
To become prime minister, the long-time ruler of Punjab must overcome his family's scandals.
Can Shehbaz Sharif Escape His Brother's Shadow?
Is It Imran Khan’s Turn Yet?
May 31, 2018
Is It Imran Khan’s Turn Yet?
A look into the political journey of one of Pakistan’s top prime minister candidates.
Is It Imran Khan’s Turn Yet?
Pakistan's Election Scramble Begins
April 11, 2017
Pakistan's Election Scramble Begins
Pakistan's political parties are already positioning themselves for next year's elections.
Pakistan's Election Scramble Begins
The Panama Papers and Pakistan’s Corruption Dilemma
April 28, 2016
The Panama Papers and Pakistan’s Corruption Dilemma
To effectively tackle corruption, Pakistan needs a comprehensive national-level anti-corruption policy.
The Panama Papers and Pakistan’s Corruption Dilemma
The Panama Papers and Pakistan: Beyond Nawaz Sharif
April 11, 2016
The Panama Papers and Pakistan: Beyond Nawaz Sharif
The Panama Papers highlight Pakistan's national problem with tax evasion and corruption.
The Panama Papers and Pakistan: Beyond Nawaz Sharif
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