India’s Dams and Pakistan’s Water Crisis
By Safina Nabi and Syeda Sana Batool
The country is being strangled by a chronic water shortage that stands to exacerbate tensions with its giant eastern neighbor.
Climate Change Takes Toll on Fruit Farming in South Waziristan
By Mansoor Ali
In the former Federally Administered Tribal Areas, a lack of rain is decimating crops – and the local economy.
The Indus Waters Treaty: India and Pakistan’s Water Divorce
By Varsha Venkatasubramanian
Just as the bank of a river doesn’t remain static, the problems and opportunities associated with the Indus Basin have changed as well. It’s time for a new treaty.
Glacial Lake Floods Are Costing Pakistan
By Shahid Afzal Khan
In addition to the direct damage done to locals, the flooding also spells disaster for Pakistan's long-term water security.
The Cost of Pakistan’s Dam Obsession
By Usmaan Farooqui
Dams may seem to be a perfect solution to Pakistan’s water woes, but they carry steep costs – literally and figuratively.
Thirsty Days Ahead: Pakistan’s Looming Water Crisis
By Muhammad Mohsin Raza
Pakistan is running out of fresh water at an alarming rate.
The Overlooked Threat to CPEC in Gwadar
By Shah Meer Baloch
Water shortages and the resulting local desperation could scuttle the ambitious geopolitical plan.
Pakistan May Face a Water Shortage
By Ankit Panda
Pakistan's Federal Minister for Water and Power warns that the country could face a water shortage.