Pakistan Today | Dec 9, 2015 By Imaduddin Ahmed In 44 years, the state of Pakistan has failed to make an official apology for the war crimes committed by its armed forces against the people of Bangladesh in 1971. … Continue reading Crowd-sourcing an apology to Bangladesh
Chief Minister of Gujarat (and favourite for Prime Minister of India) Narendra Modi’s state has lagged others in development Continue reading Modi facts – exposing Modi’s lies
The Lost Pakistani | GQ India The world is going to be a better place because Mitt Romney has not been elected the United States’ 45th president, despite President Barack Obama’s shortcomings. Obama’s first term left plenty to be desired. … Continue reading What Obama’s re-election means for the world
Der Westen muss die pakistanische Mittelschicht unterstützen 01.02.2008 | von Imaduddin Ahmed Internationale Politik 2, Februar 2008, S. 111 – 113 Die Medien haben viel Aufhebens darum gemacht, dass Benazir Bhuttos Tod das Ende von Demokratie und Hoffnung in Pakistan … Continue reading Bhutto ist tot – es lebe die Demokratie!
Global Edition of The New York Times | Jan 1, 2008 The Boston Globe | Jan 2, 2008 By Imaduddin Ahmed Analysts are lamenting the assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, calling it the death of hope for democracy in Pakistan. … Continue reading Bhutto’s true colors – unashamed hypocrisy
The New York Times Also published in The Boston Globe By Imaduddin Ahmed | February 21, 2007 LAHORE, Pakistan SKIES FILLED with kites, rooftop parties, bright yellow clothes, laughing children, family get-togethers, good food, and good times have been associated … Continue reading When kites turn lethal
Global Edition of The New York Times | September 7, 2006 The Boston Globe | September 3, 2006 By Imaduddin Ahmed LAHORE, Pakistan THE BATTLE for basic women’s rights — including the right to have a rapist prosecuted — is back on … Continue reading Pakistan’s charade debate