Author Faisal Aziz Khan

Sindh’s Chessboard

The absence of any alternative political force in the province, other than the MQM in urban Sindh, means the PPP has an easy road ahead

By: Faisal Aziz Khan

MQM’s Hard Choices

In Pakistan’s chequered history, perhaps no party has seen as many ups and downs as the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM). Military operations, mass arrests, violent deaths of workers and leaders in shootouts with the law enforcers and while in custody, bloody feuds with rivals and dissidents, exiles, splinter groups and charges ranging from extortion, torture, […]

By: Faisal Aziz Khan

A Troubled Takeoff

For those who want to study how not to execute a mega project, the new Islamabad airport is a great example. More than three decades have passed since the idea was conceived, but the project continues to remain a work in progress. And while the construction of the airport –likely to be called Quaid-e-Azam International […]

By: Faisal Aziz Khan