Rashed Rahman is a senior journalist in Pakistan. He has served in a number of editorial positions with English-language Pakistani dailies, including senior news editor of the Frontier Post (1990–91), deputy magazine editor of the Nation (1991–92), and op-ed editor of the Nation (1991–2000). After a stint of freelancing in 2000–01, during which his columns were carried by other major dailies including Dawn, the News, and Business Recorder (for which he was also an editorial writer), he worked as editor of the Frontier Post in 2001–02. Another period of freelancing followed in 2002–05, during which he wrote columns for the Daily Times, among other publications. He was the senior executive editor of a new English language daily, the Post, from 2005 to 2008, during which time he was the virtual editor. Since leaving the Post in January 2008, Mr. Rahman has been an analyst on the growing number of private television channels in Pakistan, both in English and Urdu. In this period, he has written analytical pieces for foreign journals. In November 2008, Mr. Rahman joined a new daily, the National, as its op-ed editor.