Interview on the reasons behind Pakistan’s sad state of affairs
Indians know they can’t rely on elites to save them from catastrophe. That’s exactly what could make a climate movement there so powerful
There are two forms of war that exist in Afghanistan.
The Pakistani government should never, under any circumstances and no matter the pressure, normalize with Israel
People in Pakistan desperately hope and long for a return to normality, but as the writer Arundhati Roy already noted: nothing could be worse than a return to the normality because that normality was unjust to its core.
As students and climate activists get ready to march for the climate in Pakistan, Atika Rehman finds out why Pakistanis find it impossible to ignore climate change impacts any longer
The Kashmir region is divided between India and Pakistan. On both sides of the border, the Kashmiri people face undemocratic treatment
In the Middle East and southeast Asia, at least one nation in every potential conflict is a nuclear power or a prospective one
Natonalisms flourish only when those who have been designated enemies remain steadfast in their assigned entity.
God forbid, should they begin to mend their ways, hyper-nationalism can be suddenly left without recourse, or face the risk of being found out