Forecasting A Year Of Political Turmoil: Navigating The Intersecting Crises Of Economy, Security, And Constitution

Pakistan has perpetually been in the crisis mode, but still 2022 would be remembered as the year of tumult.

And unfortunately, there are no signs of that instability and uncertainty letting up in 2023. The political outlook for 2023 is rather bleak and more uncertain because of intense societal polarization, toxicity in politics, impending elections and tanking economy. Read more….

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