He’s 85. He’s outspoken. He’s a former attorney-general, Supreme Court justice, and governor. He’s Pakistan’s best bet for free and fair elections. But can Chief Election Commissioner Fakhruddin G. Ebrahim deliver?
april 5 2013
The Obama administration is poised to shift the CIA’s drone program to the Pentagon.
King Abdullah knew just how to talk to an American reporter, but what he said could be disastrous for him in the Middle East.
The complex new season of Game of Thrones.
Marilyn Minter has something to say—and the art world is finally listening.
Please call it Bombay.
Accused of blasphemy, Sherry Rehman fights back.
For peaceful polls, Pakistan cracks down on terrorists.
Around the world in six ideas.
Did Morsi’s government cover up a political murder?
Musharraf’s Bhutto turn.
In Bangladesh, a pitched battle between secularism and religious forces.
Quotable quotes from the week, and Conventional Wisdom.