“Religious Violence Beyond Borders: Reframing South Asian Cases”

in Linell Cady and Sheldon Simon, eds., Religion and Conflict in Asia: Disrupting Violence (New York: Routledge, 2006).


“Regional Terror Goes Global”

(op-ed), The Wall Street Journal. August 18, 2006. (more…)

“On the Right Side of History”

(op-ed with Sumit Ganguly), The Wall Street Journal. March 4, 2006. (more…)

“Two Punjabs: A Cultural Path to Peace in South Asia?”

World Policy Journal (Winter 2005-06): 63-68. (more…)

“Introduction: The State of India Studies in the United States”

(with Sumit Ganguly), India Review Vol. 5, no. 1 (January 2006): 1-13.

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“Beyond Disciplines: India Studies in the United States”

India Review Vol. 5, no. 1 (January 2006): 14-36.

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“The Ambivalent Ally”

(review of Haqqani, Pakistan: Between Mosque and Military), The Wall Street Journal. July 28, 2005. (more…)

“Musharraf’s Pakistan: A Nation on the Edge”

Current History (April 2004): 151-57.

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“The Politics of Language Policy in Pakistan”

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

“The Kashmir Crisis and the Soul of India”

(with Sumit Ganguly), Indien Heute: Brennpukte seiner Innenpolitik, Subrata Mitra and Bernd Rill, eds. (Munich: Hans Seidel Stiftung, 2003). pp.133-145.

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