An engaging portrait that attempts to explain the appeal and charisma of Benazir Bhutto
Analysing the argument which suggests that questioning extremism and militancy in Pakistan requires a radical rethinking
In efforts to craft favourable relationships in the emerging world order, Pakistani policymakers would do well to
Mark O Doherty’s attempt to offer solutions to the world’s problems takes a mystical course, and ends up being
In the second edition of Pakistan: Between Mosque and Military, Husain Haqqani questions Pakistan’s commitment to
Steven I. Wilkinson’s work on the Indian military and democracy presents a comprehensive view of the political
Dilip Hiro’s The Longest August is a comprehensive but unilluminating account of Indo-Pak relations
S.Y. Quraishi, the former chief election commissioner of India on his country’s electoral processes
In his much-acclaimed treatise, Thomas Picketty explores the history of capitalism and wealth
Harvard historian Sven Beckert gives readers an insight into the origins of modern capitalism
In The Colonel Who Would Not Repent, Salil Tripathi writes on Bangladesh’s independence
WRITING in the 1960s and 1970s, the Marxist sociologist Hamza Alavi produced a seminal account of what he called the...
SINCE 1947, Pakistan has passed through an unending sequence of critical junctures. Reeling from crisis to crisis,...
IT has been almost 13 years since the first missiles landed on Afghanistan as a vengeful US sought to wreak terrible...
Muslim Zion makes an important contribution to our understanding of the creation of Pakistan
Nixon and Kissinger were cognisant of the conditions on the ground in East Pakistan
While marginalisation and ghettoisation are common themes that underpin the experiences of urban Indian Muslims ...
Blinder presents an account of why the financial crisis happened and what followed in its aftermath.
Since 9/11 and the onset of the US-led ‘war on terror’, an industry has cropped up ...