Iqbal’s Pakistan! – The Country Ahead?
The term ‘Iqbal’s Pakistan’ is frequently used […]Read more
Pakistan: a consolidated democracy?
Intervention at a conference arranged by South Asia Democratic Forum on the occasion of the UN Human Rights Council’s periodic review of “Pakistan”, Palais des Nations, Geneva, October 30, 2012. by Stig Toft Madsen Senior Research Fellow NIAS – Nordic Institute of Asian Studies This intervention will cover the period from the return of Benazir […]Read more
The assassination of the Punjab Governor by Ishtiaq Ahmed
Danish media and Pakistani Islam by Uzma Rehman
Pakistani Islam do you know about? The answer to this question would most
likely depend on the kind of news and information about Pakistan that has reached the majority of people
through the print and electronic media during the past decade i.e. especially
after 11 September 2001. However, this is how it is in most modern societies
where information about the world reaches us through the media. Only those few
who venture out to distant geographical areas are themselves able to experience
the ground reality of these societies.
Rohingyas – the forgotten people of Burma turning up on Thailand´s paradise beaches
Asia Program Manager
Olof Palme International Center
Towards a better understanding
Timo Kivimäki, Senior Researcher, NIAS and Gerald Jackson, Editor in Chief, NIAS Press
In the West, Islam is often presented in a very simplified manner (much as the West is interpreted in simplified terms in many parts of the Islamic world). This is no surprise but in fact is typical in situations where there is tension between two parties.Read more
Uyghurs in Xinjiang: Causes of resistance and perspectives for future unrest (updated version)
Henriette KristensenRead more