Pakistan's Afghan Deportation Policy: Humanitarian Crisis and International Obligations

Zaheena Naqvi

For decades, Afghans have faced inhuman treatment in Pakistan, a trend reflected in the 2023 deportation policy, reminiscent of past actions by Pakistani authorities, such as the 2017 deportations. While the previous exercises brought Islamabad global censure, it is surprising that the current campaign, illegitimate as it is, has not drawn any criticism at the international level.

From Wheat Subsidy to Greater Autonomy: ‘Chalo Gilgit’ Movement Raging on

Zainab Akhter

The people of the region are ready for a long haul and warning the government not to turn this region into a conflict site like Balochistan. They are saying that despite many tactics and conspiracies, the GB people would continue their struggle till the acceptance of all their demands.

Pakistan Politics
Decoding the 2024 Election Manifestos of Political Parties in Pakistan

Afroz Khan

The manifestos are unlikely to sway public sentiments in favour of any of the parties contesting the elections. If one goes by their past performances, it appears that the political parties in Pakistan have not delivered on their commitments in the past. Despite holding power at both federal and provincial levels, they have failed to improve the living conditions of the common people. This explains the apathy of the people towards politics in general and elections in particular.

PTI’s Hobbled Race for election 2024: The Fight for Survival

Zainab Akhter

Overall, there is no political future for the PTI and its chief Imran Khan in the upcoming general elections. With relentless crackdown on the party, its leaders and supporters, the political space for the party has shrunk considerably.