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Why the Saudi Princes should have foreseen the corruption crackdown?

James M. Dorsey | Kuwaiti billionaire Maan al-Sanea should have seen it coming after Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman vowed to root out corruption....

Paradise Leaks reveals the corruption and criminality of capitalism

Jaweria Waheed | The Paradise Leaks follow as a sequel to last year’s Panama Papers and offer an unusually vivid and skewed view of the...

Will FATA finally merge in KPK?

News Desk | Hundreds of people from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) rallied in Islamabad Monday calling on the government to abolish colonial-era British...

India’s Supreme Court denies abortion for 10 year old girl

Last Friday, the Supreme Court of India refused to allow an abortion for a 10-year-old girl who is at least 28 weeks’ pregnant. The...

Tips for India to become more integrated in international trade

Global commerce has been changing since the late 20th century. Rather than trade finished products, such as cars, countries now exchange parts and components that, together,...

Kot Momin incident: Do rules apply only on the weak?

Shahid Anwar | A few days ago, Kot Momin, a small town and Tehsil headquarter of Sargodha, became a buzzword on TV screens, newspapers, blogs...

Iran says it will develop nuclear-powered ships after US extends sanctions

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has ordered his officials to develop nuclear-powered ships, accusing the United States of violating last year's international nuclear deal. World...

Benazir Bhutto Leadership Program at Harvard: Who is putting the bill?

Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, at Harvard University, in Massachusetts United States, has joined with ClassACT co-sponsors to launch Benazir Bhutto Leadership Program at...

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