Issue V: Space

Issue V: Space

Aug 2013
Artist: Ayesha Malik | Old Lahore

اردو | Tahrir Square, and now Taksim square, have driven home not only the importance of public space to oppositional politics, but also that space remains pivotal to capital and power.
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God’s Gravediggers: The Politics of Sectarian Killing

Aug 2013
GREEN SLIDESHOW3

اردو | In a Hazara school, it was possible to divide the students' preoccupations into 4 categories: navigating relationships with parents, career choices, prospects for university and the risk of being shot by a death squad.
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City Limits: Military Urbanism from Baghdad to Brooklyn

Aug 2013
STEINER SLIDESHOW

اردو | The demonization of cities has greased the wheels of a new kind of warfare.
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Looking for Uncle Ali

Aug 2013
HANIF SLIDESHOW

اردو | PLUS VIDEO | Nasrullah Bungalzai is still looking for his Uncle Ali in a Kafka-esque search for one of thousands of Baloch who have been forcibly disappeared.
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How Perween Rehman Crossed Over

Aug 2013
FIZZAH SLIDESHOW

اردو | The Orangi Pilot Project’s Perween Rehman crossed invisible boundaries that few in Karachi have been able to penetrate.
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A View from Taksim Square

Aug 2013
KUBRA SLIDESHOW

اردو | In the wake of Taksim, even allies succumbed to stereotypes about Turkey.
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Lahore’s Elite Logic

Aug 2013
AMMAR SLIDESHOW

اردو | Millions of Lahore's urban poor remain absent from decisions regarding the city's development.
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