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Magazine articles on politics and society in Pakistan.
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IEEE Spectrum
September 2010
William Sweet
Book: Peddling Peril: How the Secret Nuclear Trade Arms America's Enemies One man's theft of nuclear secrets dispersed atom bomb technologies to North Korea and Libya mark for My Articles similar articles
August 23, 2010
Omar Waraich
In Deep Water The floods are unrelenting. Nearly a month since heavy monsoon rains began to devastate remote regions of Pakistan, intensifying in force as they spread, the picture of the damage wrought only worsens mark for My Articles similar articles
Winter 2006/2007
Tariq Gilani
US-Pakistan Relations: The Way Forward An improved US-Pakistani relationship will solidify Pakistan as a reliable regional partner and strengthen the overall conduct of the global war on terrorism, further stabilizing a region that at one time was fraught with danger. mark for My Articles similar articles
January 2007
Paul Raffaele
Extreme Polo There are no holds barred at the annual polo grudge match in northwest Pakistan's "land of mirth and murder." mark for My Articles
October 31, 2005
Naween A. Mangi
Pakistan: After The Himalayas Quake There are signs the disaster may help resolve the long-standing dispute over Kashmir, which has sparked three Indian-Pakistan wars. mark for My Articles similar articles
October 2005
Naomi Lubick
Kashmir Earthquake A magnitude-7.6 earthquake shook Pakistan, killing more than 20,000 people. Aftershocks followed, including one magnitude 6.2 and many larger than magnitude 5. The region is extremely tectonically active. mark for My Articles similar articles
May 23, 2005
Naween A. Mangi
Pakistan's Musharraf is Cozying Up to Old Rivals The arrest of a top al Qaeda leader in Pakistan in early May marked yet another win for President Pervez Musharraf, already held in high esteem in Washington for his role in the war on terror. But Behind the scenes, a power struggle is brewing. mark for My Articles similar articles
April 2005
Charles Paul Freund
Madrassas Molesters A minister in Pakistan's religious affairs department says there were 500 complaints last year of child sex abuse by clerics in madrassas, Muslim religious schools. Is the culture common to Islamic nations morally dysfunctional? mark for My Articles similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
March 21, 2005
Martha Lagace
The No-Sari Zone: South Asian Women at Work Like many others, women from India and Pakistan seem doomed to stereotypes about how they function at work. But they should strive to resist labels and pursue the careers of their dreams, said panelists at the Conference on India and Its Neighbors. mark for My Articles similar articles
January 31, 2005
Naween A. Mangi
Pakistan: Birth Of A Telecom Revolution Its newly deregulated telecom sector is taking off -- and may lift the economy. mark for My Articles similar articles
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