The shooting attack of 14-year-old Malala Yusufzai is a wake-up call for Pakistanis to combat religious violence.
Articles By: Nur Ibrahim
Nur Ibrahim '13 is a Staff Writer for the Harvard Political Review. She covers world affairs, especially those pertaining to South Asia. She is interested in issues related to women's rights, education, Pakistan's aid use, natural disasters and their implications and terrorism.
Seventeen HPR writers discuss their experiences this summer interning, traveling, politicking, going home, and more.
Most of what I did this summer is confidential, that is, at least until the time the shows I worked on actually hit the air. Still, while working at CBS News’ “60 Minutes” I did engage in some interesting discussions about ethics and practice. Aptly, I was following HBO’s The Newsroom during my internship. A major subject of discussion in ... Read More
Sherbaz Mazari’s journey to disillusionment begins as early as 1948, after the creation of Pakistan. Hopes were running high and he was eager to serve his country when he took a group of tribesmen to fight for the liberation of Kashmir. Hearing stories of the Maharajah’s unlawful treaty granting the state to India and the oppression of Kashmiri Muslims, he gathered volunteers from the Mazari tribe and rode on horseback to the border of Kashmir to join the rebels.
Filming change: In order to effectively channel aid, trust and oversight must be established through public documentation of its results.