August 5, 2011

Mohammed Hanif: the Explosive Case of Karachi

Click to listen to Chris’ conversation with Mohammed Hanif (36 minutes, 18 mb mp3) KARACHI — Mohammed Hanif, prize novelist of A Case of Exploding...| More
April 14, 2011

Pratap Mehta: Pakistan’s Perpetual Identity Crisis

Click to listen to Chris’ conversation with Pratap Bhanu Mehta (30 minutes, 14 mb mp3) Pratap Bhanu Mehta, a political theorist and intellectual historian based...| More
February 10, 2011

India-Pakistan: Vazira Zamindar on the raw wound...

Click to listen to Chris’ conversation with Vazira Zamindar. (30 minutes, 16 mb mp3) Time April 22, 1946: “MOHAMED ALI JINNAH: His Moslem tiger wants...| More
January 25, 2011

David Rohde’s Taliban Captivity

What can Taliban captivity do to a man’s judgment, even to his soul? It made David Rohde root for the CIA’s drone missiles buzzing on...| More
January 13, 2011

Mohammed Hanif’s Af-Pak: A Case of Exploding...

Somebody said: if you’re an intelligent Islamic militant and you had a choice: to take over either Afghanistan or Pakistan, what would you do? You...| More
November 16, 2010

Najam Sethi: A Pakistani Prescription for Af-Pak...

Click to listen to Chris’ conversation with Najam Sethi (36 minutes, 18 mb mp3) Photo: Juliana Friend Najam Sethi is the man any of us...| More
November 9, 2010

Pakistan 3.0: The "CIA Jihad" and the...

Click to listen to Chris’ conversation with Pervez Hoodbhoy (34 minutes, 17 mb mp3) It is well known that the term ‘Pakistan’, an acronym, was...| More
November 2, 2010

Daniyal Mueenuddin on Pakistan: At the Bedside...

Click to listen to Chris’ conversation with Daniyal Mueenuddin (45 minutes, 22 mb mp3) Daniyal Mueenuddin is the leading light of Pakistan’s literary boom in...| More
June 30, 2010

William Dalrymple: the Af-Pak Fiasco "on its...

Click to listen to Chris’s conversation with William Dalrymple. (49 minutes, 22 mb mp3) William Dalrymple is drawing on a deep well of personal and...| More
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