Cross Posted Blogs

The ‘burnt Malalas’ of Balochistan — Yousaf Ajab Baloch

Following is a cross post of an opinion piece published in The Daily Times on June 26th 2013. The writer is a Baloch author...

Textbook biases: ‘Our schools are extremism factories’

Following is a cross blog post from Express Tribune The biases and prejudices in school textbooks are one of the main reasons for the radicalisation...

Cohen urges US-Pak civilian nuclear deal

Following is a piece published in The Nation WASHINGTON  - Stephen Cohen, an eminent American expert on South Asia, has asked Washington to formally recognise...

The deep state – Tariq Khosa

Following is a cross-blog post from Dawn.com - The writer is former DG, FIA. Judges, prosecutors, investigators, witnesses, lawyers: no one is safe in a...

Afghan, Pakistan delegate spar at US-Islamic forum

Following is  a cross-blog post from Gulf Times After decades of war in Afghanistan and its spillover into Pakistan, the level of mistrust between the...

Perils of appeasement – Zahid Hussain

Following is piece published in Dawn that is being cross-posted. The writer is an author and journalist and can be reached at zhussain100@yahoo.com. He...

What really happened on May 11? – Farrukh Khan Pitafi

This is a cross-blog post taken from Express Tribune. The writer hosts a show called “Capital Circuit” for News One and tweets @FarrukhKPitafi May 11,...

The art of the possible – Zarrar Khuhro

Following is a cross blog post from Express tribune.  Zarra Khuro, the writer,  is senior staffer at The Express Tribune zarrar.khuhro@tribune.com.pk A fortress built of...

The Rocky Road Ahead

Following is an article published in Daily Dawn by columnist Abbas Nasir who is also former editor of Dawn. A WEEK after a majority of...

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