The History of the British Empire’s Violence

Howard W. French in The Nation: In 2005, Britain’s then–Labor chancellor of the exchequer, Gordon Brown,…

The US-China “Thucydides Trap” and Pakistan

Ambassador G Rasool Baluch: In my earlier essay published in July 2020 in this paper, I…

The Rich Are Not Who We Think They Are. And Happiness Is Not What We Think It Is, Either.

Seth Stephens-Davidowitz in The New York Times: We now know who is rich in America. And…

5 Warning Signs Of A Toxic Personality

PSYBLOG: Toxic personalities can survive and even prosper in the workplace, and elsewhere, if they have…

Having the Cake and Eating It Too

Pakistan was being run for decades focused on political economy, and continues. The fruits of political…

Living Beyond Means Syndrome: Responsibility Lies With the Civil Society

Syed Shabbar Zaidi writes in The Business Recorder: Pakistan is one of the 52 countries facing…

NATO’s Philosophers

Santiago Zabala and Claudio Gallo at Aljazeera: In a recent article – Putin’s philosophers: Who inspired him…

The danger Pakistan faces today is of democratic backsliding

Maleeha Lodhi in Dawn: Polarization today characterizes the country. There are few if any precedents of…

Does America Really Want Real News on Cable?

By Joe Ferullo in The Hill: In a memo issued on his first official day as…

The Case Against the Supreme Court of the United States

Ian Millhiser in Vox: Two events occurred Monday night — one historic, the other rather insignificant —…