Saad Rasool

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Saad Rasool is a lawyer based in Lahore. He has an LL.M. in Constitutional Law from Harvard Law School. He can be reached at saad@post.harvard.edu, or Twitter: @Ch_SaadRasool.

New World Order: Reasons why China will rise & US will fall

The rise of China, and the consequent loss of global American influence, has the potential to be a moment of tremendous significance in the...

How dysfunctional state structures can fail us in every crisis?

Coronavirus has exposed the frail nature of the modern state structure, all across the world. Countries that took great pride in their technology, service...

New world order: Why South Asia will lead ‘Great Game’

Even in these extremely uncertain coronavirus times, there is one thing that can be asserted with some measure of certainty: a new war, a...

Politicians could not unite against COVID-19

The coronavirus epidemic, even in its nascent stages, has been recognised as the gravest public policy challenge of the post-modern era. Not since the...

Change the attitude towards poor & see an improved economy!

Over the past several months, coronavirus has wreaked havoc across the world, denting the ego of a world drunk on its technological feats, bringing...

Bid farewell to Secular India: Welcome Hindu India

The coronavirus epidemic, and its continuing spread across the globe, has exposed the brittle fabric of our modern society. As health systems and governance...

Partial lockdown or curfew? Who is right – PM Imran or CM Murad?

Pakistan’s fight against the spread of coronavirus is entering its most critical phase. Despite the ongoing lockdown, there have been more than 1,400 coronavirus...

How a teeny-tiny virus that we can’t see changed everything

Over the past few days, the spread of corona virus has revealed an unsettling truth: our species, and our way of life, is brittle....

Corona pandemic: History being written in Pakistan & World

History has a peculiar sense of inevitability. ‘Moments in history’ do not always announce themselves with the bang of gunfire, or from the podium...

Bar Elections 2020: Hopes vs Reality

Each year, during the months of January – February, Bar associations across Pakistan hold elections to choose their office-bearers. And Saturday, Feb 29  was...

Pervaiz Ashraf Acquitted: PTI Bending Over its Rule of “No Corrupt Spared”

Earlier this month, while no one was really paying attention to the issue, Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, was acquitted...

PTV Becoming Redundant, Losing its Glorious Past

Growing up in the Pakistan of 1980s, a time before Cartoon Network and HBO, one of my fondest childhood memories is Maa’a waking me...

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