in Linell Cady and Sheldon Simon, eds., Religion and Conflict in Asia: Disrupting Violence (New York: Routledge, 2006).
(op-ed with Sumit Ganguly), The Wall Street Journal. March 4, 2006. (more…)
World Policy Journal (Winter 2005-06): 63-68. (more…)
(with Sumit Ganguly), India Review Vol. 5, no. 1 (January 2006): 1-13.
India Review Vol. 5, no. 1 (January 2006): 14-36.
(review of Haqqani, Pakistan: Between Mosque and Military), The Wall Street Journal. July 28, 2005. (more…)
in Fighting Words: Language Policy and Ethnic Relations in Asia, Michael E. Brown and Sumit Ganguly, eds. Cambridge: Center for Science and International Affairs and MIT Press, 2003. pp.51-80.
“Since achieving independence in 1947, the state of Pakistan has been unable to formulate and implement policies to address the unabated tensions between the idealized, imagined Pakistan envisaged by the nation’s rulers, and the reality of its diverse citizenry.” Preview