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Asfand Yar Warraich

Patriarchal justice

Patriarchal justice

Panchayats and jirgas have acquired a great degree of notoriety for subjecting women to unchecked exploitation Published Aug 07, 2017 02:30am
The statecraft of torture

The statecraft of torture

We are not torture abolitionists, as we fervently proclaim, but closeted torture apologists. Published Jul 15, 2017 03:44am
Rights of nature

Rights of nature

Can trees and rivers be accorded legal rights? Updated May 14, 2017 01:32am
Cirque de Panama

Cirque de Panama

Can this case be a springboard for institutional reform? Updated Apr 28, 2017 02:00am
The tragedy of our commons

The tragedy of our commons

Evidently, the state has yet to comprehend the magnitude of our environmental concerns. Published Mar 04, 2017 01:34am
Indigenising human rights

Indigenising human rights

The lack of grass-roots advocacy has rendered human rights an academic, rather than a political, pursuit. Published Dec 12, 2016 01:57am
Prison reforms

Prison reforms

We must reconfigure our idea of justice. Published Sep 04, 2016 04:01am
Manufacturing history

Manufacturing history

We are villainising our minorities, glorifying our wars and subverting logic on its head — and to what end? Updated Jun 27, 2016 07:21am