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Fahd Humayun
Fahd Humayun

  • April 28, 2019

    Looking west

    There are two ways to assess Prime Minister Khan’s first state visit to Iran. The first is to view the trip as a desperate bid to repair a...

  • January 30, 2019

    The fault in our stars

    With the PTI’s saddle-adjustment over and a debt crisis averted, it may be worth refocusing attention onto the guardrails of our democracy.Will...

  • December 30, 2018

    Mobility and politics

    It’s been an uneasy year for democracy in Pakistan. If there is a takeaway, it is that politics at the grassroots level continues to be an unequal...

  • December 19, 2018

    A bridge too far

    The momentary goodwill rendered by Pakistan’s offer to India to open the Kartarpur Corridor has evaporated, reaffirming some of the bilateral...

  • December 02, 2018

    The state and the street

    Much has been said and written about the government’s handling of violent extremism. Recent events have made two things expressly apparent.The...

  • September 12, 2018

    Terms of engagement

    The region is once again in the spotlight. The only good news is that, during the US secretary of state’s visit to Islamabad, the two sides...

  • July 04, 2018

    The anatomy of a Taliban ceasefire

    After months of regional stalemate, two events in June offer a potential roadmap for achieving a working peace.The first was the Taliban’s...