It's Not about Us or Them At the same time, the more unaware we are about where our cultural GPS is positioned, the greater the likelihood that we ma...
Pakistanis have little respect for public property, that is, the natural and human-made properties accessible to all members of the society. This lack of respect for public property reinforces corruption that runs through every artery of the Pakistani economy.
NASA: The Arctic Methane Bomb Fuse Is Burning, reports Alan Buis at NASA (Natl Atmospheric & Space Admin). Field data show permafrost, vast frozen pol...
Pakistanis are the largest Muslim community in Silicon Valley and have the highest household incomes of all Muslim ethnicities, yet are under-represented in entrepreneurship there. It seems we shun the business of dreams even in the land where dreams come true.
How can the government assert that some 150 people killed were "militants" legitimately killed when it doesn't know who they actually were?
Part One The boundary between what is custom and what is law, differs from culture to culture. The lines can become blurred without our knowledge and...
Japan has taken the lead in mining methane hydrate, and India is spending $30 million a year on methane-hydrate R&D. While commercialization is at least a decade away, what is Pakistan doing in the meantime?
Pakistan's policy towards Afghanistan, called "strategic depth," is about aggression. In pursuit thereof, truth and respect for human life are the first casualties.
A few months ago, I was fortunate enough to be invited to the Gardiner Museum for a preview of Bullets to Butterflies, an interactive art exhibit by Canadian artists Unaiza Karim, Saba Syed and Huma Durrani, inspired by Malala Yousafzai.
The recent election in Pakistan was disappointing for former cricket legend Imran Khan, the charismatic candidate for hope and change.
If foreigners are seen participating in this much-needed charitable work, terrorists don't just act out on them. They bomb the school and carry off more explosions inside the country to send their message: We don't want you. The rest of Pakistan, well, they are seen as helpless.
WASHINGTON--It's final exam season across the United States. In that spirit, let's take a quick quiz. See if you can identify these countries: Co...
The "war on terror" was built on two tiers of grief. Momentous and meaningless. Ours and theirs. The domestic politics of grief settled in for a very long haul, while perpetual war required the leaders of both major parties to keep affirming and reinforcing the two tiers of grief.
The following conversation between a drone and its operator was intercepted by Wikipedia (or is it Wikileaks?) during a seek-and-destroy mission somewhere in Pakistan.
Given the history of coups, Pakistanis need to be given the opportunity to elect their leaders democratically. Continued democratic process is the only way out of Pakistan, a country that is no longer capable of any experiments.