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Pakistan Opposition Alliance Plan Against Khan and His Party Enters Crucial Phase
December 11, 2020

Pakistan Opposition Alliance Plan Against Khan and His Party Enters Crucial Phase

By Umair Jamal
The Pakistan Democratic Movement is likely to face an uphill battle as it seeks to put its plans for Khan’s ouster in place.

Pakistan’s Opposition Holds Rally in Multan Day After Arrests
December 01, 2020

Pakistan’s Opposition Holds Rally in Multan Day After Arrests

By Associated Press
Hundreds of activists were arrested a day ahead of the opposition rally, which went ahead despite a government ban.
What Explains the Timing of Pakistan’s Anti-India Dossier?
November 17, 2020

What Explains the Timing of Pakistan’s Anti-India Dossier?

By Umair Jamal
Islamabad has come forward with evidence about India’s role in spreading terrorism in Pakistan. That might be a politically smart move.

Pakistan Peoples Party Leader Disavows Nawaz Sharif Comments About the Army
November 07, 2020

Pakistan Peoples Party Leader Disavows Nawaz Sharif Comments About the Army

By Abhijnan Rej
With this latest development, the future of the 11 opposition parties’ alliance looks bleak.

Has Gilgit-Baltistan’s Election Made Pakistan’s Opposition Parties Relevant Again?
October 30, 2020

Has Gilgit-Baltistan’s Election Made Pakistan’s Opposition Parties Relevant Again?

By Umair Jamal
The autonomous region is a powerful card in the hands of Pakistan’s opposition as it pushes against the Imran Khan government and the military establishment.

Dogfight and Football: How the 2019 Balakot Airstrike Still Fuels Political Bickering in India and Pakistan
October 30, 2020

Dogfight and Football: How the 2019 Balakot Airstrike Still Fuels Political Bickering in India and Pakistan

By Abhijnan Rej
A Pakistani opposition politician has accused the Imran Khan government of caving in to Indian pressure, forcing it to release a captured pilot last February.

Quetta Rally Marks a Turning Point in the Opposition Movement in Pakistan
October 28, 2020

Quetta Rally Marks a Turning Point in the Opposition Movement in Pakistan

By Umair Jamal
By repeatedly taking on the country’s security establishment, Pakistan’s opposition may have foreclosed the possibility of future reconciliation.
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.

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.

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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