Freelance journalist Shahan Mufti has been published by Harper's, Wired, The New York Times Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Atlantic and others.
Prolific storyteller Paul Theroux is the author of more than 40 books, including The Mosquito Coast and The Great Railway Bazaar, about his Asia travels.
Extra Lives: Why Video Games Matter author Bissell has compared video games to cocaine and writes with equal grace about Gears of War and far-flung places.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and the former managing editor of The Washington Post, Steve Coll writes about foreign policy and security issues for The New Yorker.
In Pakistan, independent TV is young, powerful, and biting the hand that fed it.
A native of Pakistan becomes a stranger to the flood zone.
British, Pakistani, Muslim—how fans from Islamabad to London to New York process the champion boxer.
Excavating the underground trade in Buddhist antiquities.
Religious scholar Javed Ahmad Ghamidi has become a popular figure in Pakistan for his strict reading of the Koran—which, he says, dictates against gender discrimination, terrorist jihad, and other favorites of modern Islamists.
Why the concept of justice—not freedom, not democracy—is becoming a potent tool for political reform in the Muslim world.
Art.sy’s “Genome” predicts what paintings you will like.
House hunting and geopolitics in Baluchistan.
The route from Karachi to Kabul was the best way to get supplies to U.S. troops in Afghanistan, and the main artery for a Pashtun trucking empire—until Pakistan shut it down.