Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan holds a 60 percent approval rating — surpassing his major rivals by at least 24 points.
Green metals opportunities in Afghanistan and Pakistan face serious headwinds, but the potential upside is huge.
The Pakistani military’s attempted rebalancing to the West may anger China and Russia, resulting in more pain for its fledgling economy.
Obtuse remarks on the Ukraine war by a British diplomat in Pakistan reflect the West’s failure to convict the Global South to take its side.
How Pakistan’s constitutional crisis ends will have grave consequences for the country’s embattled democracy and imprisoned ex-Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Pakistan’s caretaker setup — intended to be a period of transition — will probably instead be a period of transformation.
Saudi Arabia could invest in Pakistan’s Reko Diq copper mine — a megaproject that faces huge political, geopolitical, and security risks.
Pakistan’s rulers are mulling the delay of this fall’s general elections to give them more time to neutralize the popular ex-PM Imran Khan.
When asked about arms sales from Pakistan to Ukraine, both Foreign Ministers Kuleba and Zardari denied any direct agreements, but avoided reference to indirect transfers that have been taking place.
Desperate for firepower, Ukraine Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba is likely to ask for more arms during his visit to Pakistan on Thursday.