Pakistan’s Economy Hurt By Attacks On Government
Attacks on Pakistan’s democratically elected government by opposition parties and a hostile judiciary are damaging the nation’s economy according to Moody’s Investor Services analyst Aninda Mitra. According to an interview
Pakistan’s Court Appointees Should Be Independent
Just as Pakistan’s first democratically elected government in decades was on the brink of undoing a number of power grabs by past military dictators, a wrench has been thrown in
Nawaz Sharif Accused In Violence Against Christians
The attacks on Christians in the Gojra region of Pakistan over the weekend shocked the world. Especially troubling was the reaction – lack thereof – on the part of Nawaz
Nawaz Sharif Silent On Anti-Christian Violence
The latest violence in Pakistan has targeted not the state, but religious minorities in the country. Over the weekend, Christian residents of Gojra were targeted by an angry mob of
Islamists Buy Children for Suicide Bombings, Pakistan Fights Back
Just when you thought Taliban couldn’t get any more sick, new reports from Pakistan that terror chief Baitullah Mehsud has been buying and selling children for suicide bombing missions. Baitullah
Pakistanis Reject Religious Extremism. Why Doesn’t Nawaz Sharif?
A new poll shows that Pakistanis overwhelmingly see the Taliban and al Qaeda as a critical threat to the country. According to the report, “An overwhelming majority think that Taliban
What the Iran elections tell us about Pakistan and Nawaz Sharif
The eyes of the world have been on Iran in recent weeks as the hardline Ahmedinijad regime, with the backing of the Ayatollah’s, appears on the brink of stealing a
Did Nawaz Sharif approve Kargil attacks?
Back in 2006, then Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif told the world that he did not know about plans to attack Indian forces in Kargil. In fact, Sharif accused Musharraf of
Nawaz Sharif – The Jihadist’s and General’s man in Pakistan
Nawaz Sharif – The Jihadist’s and General’s man in Pakistan Nawaz Sharif who is currently vying for power in Pakistan against President Zardari, has had a long history of siding
Nawaz Sharif: Anti-Semitic on a level with Iran’s Ahmedinejad?
When Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmedinejad was running for President of Iran, he was fawned over in Iranian and regional media as a simple man, a man of the people, and a