Posts Tagged ‘ zarb-e-azb ’

Zarb-e-Azb on Tanqeed

Jun 2015

Tanqeed looks at the coverage of Operation Zarb-e-Azb in the national media, and in the zine, one year on.
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A Never-Ending Ordeal for South Waziristan’s IDPs

Apr 2015

The vast majority of IDPs remain displaced with no clarity on when they might be able to leave their makeshift homes in camps across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
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Selective Mourning After Peshawar

Mar 2015

Scores of people have also died in various military operations in the last decade including earlier operations in North and South Waziristan, and Swat. So, why respond now?
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سانحہ پشاور: تنقید کا بیان

ہم نے انسانی جانوں کو سستا سمجھ کر ریاستی نظریات،مخصوص مذہبی تشریحات، اور حکمران طبقات کے مالی و ذاتی مفادات کو قیمتی تصور کر لیا ہے۔ کسی انسانی معاشرے میں ایسے رویے کی گنجائش نہیں ہو سکتی ۔

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Why Peshawar Must Not Be Our 9/11

By strengthening the writ of a militarized state, we are making a second Peshawar more, not less, likely.
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The Road to Bannu

Sep 2014

اردو | Even though Bannu is governed by the Pakistani constitution, the Pakistani state views it in almost colonial terms. For this part of Pakistan, then, the Raj isn’t over. Reportage
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Zarb-e-Azb and the Left: On Imperialism’s Materiality

How Pakistani progressives lost their way -- and how to find it again.
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