Posts Tagged ‘ issue 6 ’

That Fire in Their Eyes: Towards a Diasporic History of South Asian Protest

Mar 2014

اردو | This history of protest culture is little known, often carried in the stories and experiences of the workers themselves as they travel from place to place.
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In the Time of Riots: Communal Violence and Client Politics

Mar 2014

اردو | Despite popular belief, it is widespread, shadowy networks—not religious tension—that drive Hindu-Muslim conflict in India.
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اندھا یقین؟ لبرل احساس جرم

حقیقی عوامی جمہوریت کو سامراجی کلچر پر پروان چڑھنے والی لبرل سوچ سے دامن بچانا پڑے گا۔ | eng


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On Blind Faith: The Politics of Liberal Guilt

Mar 2014

اردو | The people’s democratic project will have to avoid the liberalism fostered by an imperialist culture that detests Pakistan from the outset as a savage country.
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“And How Many Rains Must Fall” | Art Review

Mar 2014

اردو | Artist Imran Qureshi brought violence to the rooftop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art–and its contradiction into the lives of the everyday New Yorker.
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On the (Ir)rationality of Mobs

Mar 2014

اردو | We imagine two forms of public protests separately: the newsworthy religious fanatics or the more benign public protestors. Yet. the two are interconnected.
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Golden Dawn: Greece and the Cold War

Mar 2014

اردو | Golden Dawn is rarely contextualized for outsiders–many of whom fail to trace its history back to the Cold War.
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