Gwadar Goes Global?

By Arshad Abbasi “If there are great place-names of the past—Carthage, Thebes, Troy, Samarkand, Angkor Wat—and of the present—Dubai, Singapore, Teheran, Beijing, Washington—then Gwadar might...

Our coal-powered courtship with China

By Zarnaab Adil   Author's bio: The writer is a student of Public Policy at the Wagner School at New York University. His interests include cricket, South...

Will South Punjab Become a Province?

By Arshad Abbasi The issue of provincialism and drawing and re-drawing provincial boundaries has been rooted in the history of United India under the British...

How A Journalist Feels When his Colleague Comes Under Attack

By Waseem Abbasi Editor's Note: The writer is an investigative journalist based in Islamabad and working for The News. He has worked for the leading...

Chinese commitment and expectations

By Imtiaz Gul Editor's Note: The writer is Editor, Strategic Affairs and the Executive Director at Center For Research and Security Studies. The opinions expressed in...