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Death by spider: deforestation in Pakistan

A strange phenomenon is worsening an already dire situation for the country’s trees, says Syed Hamad Ali.

Filed in: Disasters Environment Forests Pakistan

The Pakistani Left is re-grouping

The Pakistani Left has a history to be proud of and is regrouping to fight in new battles, as Qualandar Bux Memon and Ali Mohsni report.

Filed in: Pakistan

Pakistan on the edge of hope

Despite its turbulent past, Ziauddin Sardar finds reasons for optimism in Pakistan’s future.

Filed in: Islam Pakistan

After the floods... A North Frontier village makes a comeback

Merryl Wyn Davies visits a remote village in Northwest Frontier to find out how it is recovering from last year’s devastating floods.

Filed in: Disasters Pakistan

The charm fades

Pakistani physicist Pervez Hoodbhoy explores his country’s rocky relationship with nukes.

Filed in: Nuclear Weapons Pakistan

Pakistan’s students push for democracy

The recent introduction of martial law in Pakistan has helped to end a three-decade drought on student activism in the country. Amber Vora reports.

Filed in: Democracy Pakistan

Musharraf’s mess

Ayesha Ijaz Khan explains Pakistan’s precarious position.

Filed in: Pakistan

The ISI

Pakistan’s Intelligence Agency, the ISI, finds out what it is like to be in the firing line.

Filed in: Human Rights Military Pakistan

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Filed in: Pakistan

Decolonization and us

Resisting the military dictatorship in Pakistan is a priority, writes Aasim Sajjad Akhtar, but that doesn’t mean taking refuge in colonial institutions.

Filed in: Colonialism Human Rights Military Pakistan

States of Unrest

Resistance to economic ‘adjustment’ is growing with every passing year, as this worldwide round-up shows.

Filed in: Activism Argentina IMF Indonesia Korea, South Pakistan Paraguay Romania Senegal Structural Adjustment Turkey World Bank Zambia

  • March 1, 2004
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