Indo-Pak Relations: Bound by History and Language

Kashmir has been classified as the most heavily militarized and largest territory occupied by armed forces in the world. The killing of Burhan Wani—hailed as a freedom fighter by some and a militant commander by others—on July 8, 2016, triggered a bloody summer in the valley. It has also brought India and Pakistan

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The Color of Civil Rights: Carving a Pakistani Identity

International spaces is a weekly column alternating between an international student at the Claremont Colleges and a student abroad. If you’re interested in writing for us, email Rachel at lifeandstyle@tsl.pomona.edu.  It wasn’t until I was 16 years old that I realized I was a woman of color. Even today, I don’t fully

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