Armytage’s book aims to reveal how wealthy Pakistanis perpetuate their socioeconomic hold over the country through political connections, marriages and exclusive institutions.
Saif Asif Khan
A research-based treatise on how rural Pakistanis in Sargodha district vote turns many assumptions on their heads...
A book delves into the largely invisible phenomenon of transmen in India and attempts to highlight the discriminations
A French anthropologist argues that rising global urban unrest is mainly because of a waning of public trust
Six ways that would help Pakistan stand on its own economic feet
Hillary Clinton provides a window into her mind and beliefs, but also glosses over some inconvenient truths
Purporting to offer fresh insights on negotiations over Afghanistan, this book focuses on painting India as a major
An eminent historian recaps the history of three of the largest countries in the South Asian landmass, from the
An examination of the minutiae of the power-moves that led to Brexit
David Graeber presents an argument that the innocuous pedantry of bureaucracy could be far more controlling than
Shaukat Aziz chronicles his high-profile career in a volume that lacks an in-depth voice
A Greener Valley aims to inspire those wishing to start technology businesses in Pakistan, as well as documenting
Tariq Hasan studies the Deobandi and independence movements in British India, attempting to distinguish the former from
Hartmut Elsenhans presents a new way of looking at the right-left debate with his labour empowerment theory, which is