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Hospitality and tourism in GB – Amir Hussain

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The writer is a social development and policy adviser, and a freelance columnist based in Islamabad. Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) has become the hub of private investment...

Parents and patriotism – Amir Hussain

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During my recent visit to Karachi, I happened to talk with an ordinary resident, a father of two, about the dilemmas of conventional patriotism,...

The brave Afghan girls – Amir Hussain

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While a 350,000 strong well-equipped Afghan National Army was disintegrating in the face of the Taliban offensive, a few brave Afghan girls stood firmly...

Gilgit-Baltistan matters – Amir Hussain

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Their beauty on the verge of being defaced and serenity being spoiled due to unplanned and unregulated tourism, the picturesque valleys of Gilgit-Baltistan are...

Improving livelihoods – Amir Hussain

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There is scant authentic research available on alternative and effective rural development approaches in Balochistan. In common development parlance, we usually end up producing...

Resettlement in Tharparkar – Amir Hussain

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In my article of July 4, 2021 published in these pages as ‘Transition in Tharparkar’, I shared some of my thoughts about the...

Transition in Tharparkar – Amir Hussain

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I am writing this piece on the last day of my weeklong enriching journey to the heart of Tharparkar in Sindh. I am pleased...

War and weak states – Amir Hussain

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War is the most undesirable action to resolve interstate conflicts. Modern theories of international relations revolve around diplomatic means to resolve conflicts. International diplomacy...

From MDGs to SDGs – Amir Hussain

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There has been a contested debate over the viability and consistency of policies adopted and actions taken by developing countries to attain the Millennium...

Voices from Balochistan – Amir Hussain

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What keeps Balochistan poor was summarized succinctly by a local farmer of District Killa Saifullah while narrating stories of plight: “Our wretchedness and poverty...