Pakistan, Daring to Hope
Inside this issue:
Spot light on Pakistan. Ziauddin Sardar examines how this country got into a state of virtual collapse under the weight of terrorism, religious bigotry, ineffective governance and economic disintegration. He finds a great deal of despair, but also hope. For young people Pakistan is not a failed state, but a young country struggling to shape a viable future. With focus on history, education, recovery from the floods and the political left.
Arundhati Roy on despotism and democracy
Tajikistan: Divorce by text
Should foreign investment replace aid for Africa?
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