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Enemy Number One for Minorities in Pakistan: Public Opinion

Enemy Number One for Minorities in Pakistan: Public Opinion

In a hostile world, Pakistani minorities face many threats; each new atrocity brings with it reams of analysis and no shortage of finger-pointing toward the perceived culprits. But general public opinion might be just as much to blame as terrorism.

Modi’s Chinese Checkers

Modi’s Chinese Checkers

Modi's China visit was a triumph of style over substance, but cultural diplomacy may produce a meaningful shift in the relationship.

Targeted: What’s Behind the Militant Assault on Pakistan’s Minorities

Targeted: What’s Behind the Militant Assault on Pakistan’s Minorities

The May 13 attack on Pakistan's Ismaili community is the latest in a broader trend of violence.

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