October 23, 2015
In an extraordinary public statement on live television earlier this week, on the eve of Pakistani Prime Miniser Nawaz Sharif’s visit to...
Reportage
October 22, 2015
Bangkok’s little-known population of Pakistani asylum seekers uses community action to respond to the challenges facing refugees without a...
Literature
November 12, 2014
Was I ever young enough to want to go out on New Year’s Eve? Or even to want to just stay up until midnight so that the new year wouldn’t...
blog
October 11, 2014
Coming of age after postmodernism often seems like living a parody of our forebears’ concerns; it feels like we are testing the Society of...
column
July 23, 2014
It’s a white building in a city of brown and gray. The mausoleum of the founder of Pakistan, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, is made of white marble...
blog
April 10, 2015
When people in the US and Europe think of Peshawar, Pakistan, they perceive it as a hub of religiosity and extremism. Such a perception is...
Reviews
April 8, 2015
Rafia Zakaria is a Jill of many trades, serving as an attorney, a human rights activist, a columnist, and an author. Her interests are...
blog
January 24, 2015
When the United States first ratified the Geneva Conventions in 1955, the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations categorized the agreements...
retrospectives
February 5, 2014
This essay is excerpted from a multimedia web project titled, The Idea of India , which photographer and writer Asim Rafiqui describes as...