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Womenomics in Pakistan

The term ‘womenomics’ defines the role of women in any economy. Countries can boost their economies by creating knowledge, proper management, and opportunities for womenomics. Almost 48 percent of Pakistan’s…

France vs Pakistan’s elite vs the TLP

Organizations like Charlie Hebdo, institutions like laicite and politicians like Emmanuel Macron can pretend all they like, but their attitude and approach to Islam is rooted in a tradition of…

Lawfare by Pakistan

Lawfare is defined as the theory and practice of the use of international law as an instrument to advance one's own interests. Orde Kittrie’s book on ‘Lawfare’ defines it as…

Institutional autonomy in Pakistan

The recent kerfuffle about central bank autonomy in Pakistan is unraveling some basic fissures in Pakistan’s economy, confronting which our economic managers and political leaders have continually tried to ostrich…

Pakistan’s fault lines

Pakistan is a prime example of a country that has been deeply fractured by its widening national fault lines. These fault lines, which crisscross its politics, economy and society as…

Pakistan’s Aurat Movement

The empowerment of a woman is, quite simply, her power to make decisions about every aspect of her life. In this simplicity lie matters of great complexity, especially when it…