NI445 New Internationalist September 2011 Issue

NI445 New Internationalist September 2011 Issue

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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.

Plus Inside:

Arundhati Roy on despotism and democracy
Tajikistan: Divorce by text
Should foreign investment replace aid for Africa?



New Internationalist tackles today’s most challenging global issues, confronts inequality and injustice and reports on positive changes happening around the world. An established leader of independent media since 1973, New Internationalist is written for our readers and funded by them. We have no media baron breathing down our necks or corporate advertisers telling us what to do.
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Code NI445
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Values and causes Educational, Recycled

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