Hajira Maryam Mirza

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Film can help Pakistan garner international influence

The universe of film and cinema serves as an inscription of the society it reels in. The silver screen represents one of the most...

Through Trials and Triumph: A New Spell of Democratic Transition in Pakistan

The year 2013 was a significant date for Pakistan. The democratic transition, which took place then, led the country away from military rule. The...

Can Imran Khan shift Pakistan’s brand image?

After decades of bad press, the representation of Pakistan has become tainted internationally. The country is more often than not depicted as a breeding...

How fair is the democratic transition in Pakistan?

TRT World spoke with Ahmed Bilal Mehboob, president of PILDAT (Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency) – an independent, non-partisan and not-for-profit think-tank...

Pakistan’s General Elections 2018

Uncertainties and military interventions in civilian government have resulted in no prime minister being able to serve his full term in office.The year 2018...

Modi’s careful image cultivation

Modi's rise has deepened cleavages in Indian society and entrenched Hindu nationalism with dire consequences for minorities.As the world focused on the aftermath of...

Is Pakistan’s populist leader facing a political dead end?

Imran Khan promises to be different from his predecessors if chosen to lead, but his ability to govern and his party's achievements in Khyber...

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