Pakistan's new government, likely led by Shehbaz Sharif, faces internal turmoil and military dominance, with minimal change expected in foreign policy.
Pakistan's political landscape shifts as PML-N and PPP form a coalition, sidelining Imran Khan's PTI despite winning votes.
Imran Khan's party leads after Pakistan's election, challenging military influence. Nawaz Sharif seeks coalition amid political uncertainty.
Pakistan faces a pivotal moment with complex challenges—poverty, inflation, corruption—while preparing for crucial February 8 elections. Key contenders: PML-N led by Nawaz Sharif and PPP led by Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. Military influence and geopolitical shifts add uncertainty to the nation's future.