The economic legacy of the now imprisoned former prime minister Imran Khan is prompting many Pakistanis to think of leaving
Salma Zulfiqar examines how the climate emergency is causing desperation around the world, particularly for women and girls, while people lack common knowledge of the crisis
Faisal Hanif inspects the racism directed at former Yorkshire cricket player Azeem Rafiq, and what this tells us about the treatment of Pakistanis in the UK
Nafeez Ahmed examines the direct and indirect deaths of the post 9/11 era, as a new kind of state-sanctioned mass violence became globalised and normalised
CJ Werleman reports on the Pakistani Prime Minister’s support for self-determination for the disputed region
CJ Werleman traces the evolution of a plan to equate Islam with ‘terrorism’ to an ideology deployed by Arab Gulf leaders and autocrats everywhere
As part of Byline Times’ series dedicating to giving a platform to new voices of colour, Neha Maqsood shares her experience of being in lockdown with her Mum and Dad during the Coronavirus crisis in Pakistan
Shahmir Sanni explains how the only way Muslims can defeat the far-right who demonise them is by joining forces with the LGTBQ community.
Why the world’s waning interest in the violations occurring in Kashmir at the hands of Narendra Modi are so dangerous for its eight million Muslims.
How recent events in Kashmir are shining a light on the plight of Muslims living there – and doing untold damage to the reputation of the world’s largest secular democracy.
CJ Werleman on why India’s revocation of its agreements with Pakistan over Kashmir is so concerning in light of a lack of condemnation from the international community.
Faisal Khan on Pakistan’s long history of corruption and Imran Khan’s quest to tackle it.