Imran Khan's personal history gives him a leg up in trying to start a dialogue on Kashmir and moving towards ending the 72-year stalemate with India.
Is the Indian strike inside Pakistan an escalation towards war or is it a move that seeks to satisfy the Indian public's demand for revenge?
Pakistan's Middle East policy has long been centred around Saudi Arabia and the UAE. The country, under new leadership, now seems to be taking baby steps towards greater independence in the region.
If the US genuinely wants to 'reset' relations with Pakistan, it would actively engage with Pakistan's civilian leaders, which is not happening.
Pakistan invites India to a meeting on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly and India accepts. Less than 24 hours later India cancels deliver a scathing statement against Pakistan's prime minister. What exactly happened?
Nawaz Sharif is the only Pakistani leader to have become the prime minister of the country three times. He has been previously removed from office by the presidency, a military coup and an accountability court. Can he come back again?
Around 1,500 candidates are backed by religious and hardline parties for the July 25 general elections. Some of these groups are political fronts for groups banned for anti-state activites.
Pakistani politics has been experiencing many ups and downs since independence in 1947 with the power struggle between civilian and military leaders shaping the country’s political arena. Only three governments have completed their full tenure.
Three-time prime minister Nawaz Sharif has twice been removed from office - in 1993 by a presidential order and in 1999 by a military coup that saw him jailed and later exiled before returning when General Pervez Musharraf stepped down.
Radical clerics in Pakistan with little electoral power have managed to remove Pakistan's law minister. The government proved to be weak in its response, and the Pakistan Army has done little more than fuel speculation about its role in the affair.
The Pakistan Army has been drawing closer to Iran under its new chief General Qamar Bajwa. Is Pakistan moving out from under Saudi Arabia's orbit?
Pakistan's former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, who had been in London with his wife after he was ousted from office, returns to Pakistan to face trial over alleged corruption.
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