How Pakistan’s Leader Is Trying to Hold On to Power

First elevated to power in 2018 elections, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has been widely seen as closely allied with the country’s powerful military, which until then had ruled the country for almost half its existence. Now, he appears to have lost some of the backing of this mighty constituency as well as some of his political allies. That spells danger for Khan at a time when his opponents, charging mismanagement of the economy, have ganged up to challenge his populist leadership.

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