‘The War Is Still Ongoing’: Pakistan’s Floods Six Months On
By Muhammad Hanif
International media attention may have moved on, but the country is still struggling with the aftermath of a generational deluge.
Pakistan’s Plans for Poverty Eradication in Most Impoverished Districts
By Mariyam Suleman Anees
Twenty of Pakistan’s poorest districts have been chosen for implementation of the Ministry of Planning’s development plan for 2022-2027.
Pakistan Puts World Leaders’ Climate Promises to the Test
By Shaheen Chughtai
The world should be watching to see if high-income countries and historical emitters back their ambitious talk on climate justice with real cash.
Why Pakistan’s Post-Flood Rebuilding Efforts Are Neglecting Balochistan
By Riazat Butt
Balochistan is the country’s poorest province and lacks political patrons.
Pakistan FM Seeks Compensation for Damages Caused by Floods
By Kevin Chan and Munir Ahmed
Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari has called for debts owed by developing countries to rich countries to be written off, allowing them to spend that money on clean energy.