Governance

Moral Principles and Flexible Sanctions  

There is generally a degree of hypocrisy about the imposition of sanctions on a country by another country or group of countries. Those who inflict sanctions assert that their target has done something terribly wrong, […]

Governance

The “Lion” who cried Wolf          

On Friday July 28, 2017 the Supreme Court of Pakistan (the Supreme Court) disposed off the constitutional petitions regarding the Panama Papers (the PP Judgment). The Supreme Court held the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mian Muhammad […]

Governance

PANAMA VERDICT: A FEW QUESTIONS

By Wasim Abid   On Friday July 28, 2017 the Supreme Court of Pakistan disposed off the constitutional petitions regarding the Panama Papers. The Supreme Court found the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mian Muhammad Nawaz […]

Governance

Panama Papers Case Decision: The Post Mortem

Pakistan, like the world over, was taken by storm when a group of investigative journalists leaked the highly confidential documents of Mossack Fonseca, a Panama based law firm. These leaks became widely known as the […]

Governance

Dr. Ghulam Rasul on Hydrology

Conducted by Aisha Khan   Q: There are conflicting views on water availability in Pakistan. On the one hand we face water scarcity but on the other hand the absolute quantity of available surface waters […]