As hundreds of thousands of Pushtun speak out and march against the violence of the Pakistani state, and that of its imperial backers, some pieces I wrote earlier against the brutalisation and demonisation of the Pushtuns, and against the indiscriminate and brutal wars we have inflicted upon them.Read More →

As hundreds of thousands of Pushtun speak out and march against the violence of the Pakistani state, and that of its imperial backers, some pieces I wrote earlier against the brutalisation and demonisation of the Pushtuns, and against the indiscriminate and brutal wars we have inflicted upon them.Read More →

Francesca Recchia İrvin Cemil Schick, What Ottoman erotica teaches us about sexual pluralism  Waqar Gillani, Women victims of cross-border marriage  Greg Jaffe, Missy Ryan, A Dubai shopping trip and a missed chance to capture the head of the Taliban  Andrew E. Kramer, He Left Soviet Army for Afghan Life 35Read More →

Asim Rafiqui “For The Love Of…” https://www.jonathan-cook.net/blog/2018-03-02/write-for-love-not-money-journalists-appalled/ “Long Live Anarchy” Land and Liberty: A Review of Anarchism in Latin America “Pharoah, Fantasia & Efficies–Today’s Egyptian Pathologies” http://jadaliyya.com/Details/35154 “A Toast To The Idolatrous” Idols and Figural Images in Islam: A Brief Dive into a Perennial Debate “Fashionable Development Programs–The Fault IsRead More →

Writer, researcher, and Senior editor at WARSCAPES Michael Busch in conversation with Carl Lindskoog at  The Graduate Center, CUNY about #Haiti and immigrant detention in the U.S. “Borders and Bodies” is a Polis Project teach-in and conversation series hosted in collaboration with Warscapes Magazine and the CUNY Doctoral Students’ Council.WeRead More →

Francesca Recchia Amarnath Yatra. A Milirarized Pilgrimage Architecture After Revolution by Petti, Hilal & Weizman Asim Rafiqui The New False Prophets Or How Not To Organise. The Antecedents Of The Holocaust Or The Germans No Longer Feign Surprise. Dynamic Women Speaking About Domination, Dispossession And….Er…Logistics. Not Your Everyday Photographer–Conversation WithRead More →

Asim Rafiqui “Who’s Afraid Of A Little Slavery” “Intellectuals Currently In Fashion” “Famous Last Words Or Journalism’s Epitaph” “Chimamanda Adichie Digs Herself A Grave” “A Revolutionary Realisation Now That We Are All Finally Intersectional” “Senegal, Rap And Revolution” “Yes, It Is Radical, They Are Black, And They Are Beautiful” “TheRead More →

Asim Rafiqui “Making Sense Of Persian In Our Lives” “How Yesterday’s Court Clowns Became Today’s Public Intellectuals” “There Is No Such Thing As A Liberal Zionist” “Speaking From Another Place” “Indian. African. Photographer. Unseen.” “Pakistan’s Own Colonised Other” “The Gift That Keeps On Giving Or Lets Face It, Hurling RacialRead More →

Asim Rafiqui “The Pleasures Of Slow Photography, as Described By Akinbode Akinbiyi” “That Classic Book on Photography Written By Someone Who Knew Very Little About Photography” “You Just Cannot Shut Him Up–Or, Political Legacies That We Continue To Ignore” “From Fighting For Freedom To Fighting Against Their Freedom” “When ThatRead More →