July 25, 2021
Paula Newberg

Paula Newberg

  • The Court Rules In Pakistan
    The Court Rules In Pakistan

    Pakistan Supreme Court’s dogged efforts to reduce corruption could signal democracy— or chaos

  • Left To Themselves
    Left To Themselves

    After an early exit of US and NATO forces from Afghanistan and an inevitably declining American presence in...

  • Let The People Decide
    Let The People Decide

    Democracy may be the best ally against Pakistan's extremists. The international community must respect that...

  • The Unfinished Business
    The Unfinished Business

    Pakistan will finally have to recognise that cross-border belligerence, on its east and west, cannot overcome...

  • Will Ballots Win Over Bullets?
    Will Ballots Win Over Bullets?

    Can Pakistan polls be serious? The answer is yes, and no, and maybe. An electorate hungry for change could...

  • Back to the Future?
    Back to the Future?

    The US military is poised to get involved in direct action against militants in Pakistan's unruly tribal...

  • Alliance With One Man
    Alliance With One Man

    Driven by the exigencies of the immediate and by inertia favoring the known, the general's foreign backers,...

  • The Eye Of A Coming Storm?
    The Eye Of A Coming Storm?

    Pakistan's foreign policy remains double-sided and double-minded. Torn between pleasing the US and...

  • Will Guns Fall Silent in South Asia?
    Will Guns Fall Silent in South Asia?

    "Two signatures" – that was all that was needed, Nepali activist Rupa Joshi wrote last month, "for Nepalis...

  • With Allies Like These...
    With Allies Like These...

    If Bush seeks a stable, well-grounded, respected alliance between the US and Pakistan, he will have to push...

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