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Healing Pakistan's Wounds by Building 141 Schools for Peace
May 05, 2015
Healing Pakistan's Wounds by Building 141 Schools for Peace
The Diplomat speaks to two social entrepreneurs who are addressing Pakistan's shortage of schools.
Healing Pakistan's Wounds by Building 141 Schools for Peace
Recap: A Community Conversation with <em>Flashpoints</em> Authors
April 07, 2015
Recap: A Community Conversation with Flashpoints Authors
On March 31, 2015, Flashpoints authors spoke to Reddit's /r/geopolitics community. Here are the highlights.
Recap: A Community Conversation with Flashpoints Authors
September 22, 2010
Afghanistan Shot and Told
Photojournalist Michael Connolly shares his experiences and impressions of the country.
Afghanistan Shot and Told
Bold Women of Islam
June 22, 2010
Bold Women of Islam
There is frustration…and hope, when thinking about change for Muslim women.
Bold Women of Islam
June 21, 2010
Muslim Women Reformers
Muslim reformers who risk persecution, death – in a groundbreaking new anthology.
Muslim Women Reformers
Illuminating Iran
May 18, 2010
Illuminating Iran
Photographer finds amongst other surprises and new insights in Iran: Spiderman.
Illuminating Iran
‘Caught’ Watching TV
February 26, 2010
‘Caught’ Watching TV
Exclusive Q&A with artist who went around the world to shoot people watching TV.
‘Caught’ Watching TV
Last Shot in Afghanistan
February 19, 2010
Last Shot in Afghanistan
The Diplomat speaks with Fabrice Pothier, director of Carnegie Europe, about the security situation in Afghanistan, talking with the Taliban and the prospects for stability once US-led forces withdraw.
Last Shot in Afghanistan
Sino-US Ties Aren’t That Bad
February 10, 2010
Sino-US Ties Aren’t That Bad
The Diplomat speaks with Bonnie Glaser, senior fellow with the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Freeman Chair in China Studies, about US-Sino tensions, China’s alleged snub of Barack Obama and the country’s future role in the international community.
Sino-US Ties Aren’t That Bad
February 04, 2010
Darker Side of Reality TV in India
After briefly mentioning the phenomenon of reality TV in India last month, I’ve since had a chance to speak with our India correspondent Shreyasi Singh about it in more depth. And I was delighted to find that she had some insightful thoughts to share
Darker Side of Reality TV in India
December 28, 2009
Photography 101: Be Likeable (?)
I’ve found in my work that people who photograph for a living–and in particular who travel to photograph–often seem to possess a refreshing humility and openness about their work. Perhaps it has to do with a level of wisdom they inevitably gain in
Photography 101: Be Likeable (?)
December 25, 2009
DPRK Art Flash!
A few months ago, I touched on the topic of art in North Korea and more recently also got in touch with Gabriella Coslovich at The Age, who reported (‘North Korean artists not welcome, their ‘propaganda’ is’) on the subject after attending the <a hr
DPRK Art Flash!
An Interview with Evan Feigenbaum
December 24, 2009
An Interview with Evan Feigenbaum
The Diplomat speaks with Evan Feigenbaum, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and former US deputy assistant secretary of state for South Asia, about regional integration and the future of the US role in the Asia-Pacific.
An Interview with Evan Feigenbaum
An Interview With Haider Mullick
December 15, 2009
An Interview With Haider Mullick
The Diplomat speaks with South Asia analyst Haider Mullick about Pakistan’s counter-insurgency efforts, conspiracy theories and the prospects for stability in Afghanistan.
An Interview With Haider Mullick
December 09, 2009
Art Rules
Yesterday I talked about the graffiti movement in Kazakhstan (‘Culture on a Wall’) and its connection to other aspects of the country’s society, including national identity, mainstream pop culture and even art anthropology. So I was pleased to hear t
Art Rules
December 08, 2009
Culture on a Wall
‘What’s going on in Kazakhstan?’ A passing thought I had recently has led me to discover a few truly amazing things happening in the Central Asian contemporary arts and culture scene. First, I came across a unique and fascinating series of projects
Culture on a Wall
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