Future

#SackShireenMazari

We analyzed a network of Twitter accounts targeting Pakistan’s Minister of Human Rights.
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Apocalypse babies

On the anxieties of motherhood during the Anthropocene
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Does your pichal pairi have a guitar-slinging boyfriend?

On the possibilities inherent in Pakistani speculative fiction
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City of slights

More and more people are living independently in Karachi, by choice or by circumstance. What problems do they face?
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She had a child through a sperm donor. Nadra refuses to recognise it.

A non-traditional family's looming collision with the patrilineal Pakistani state
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A Web of Disinformation

How is a Brussels-based group managed by Indian stakeholders influencing narratives about Kashmir?
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Something stinks in the Capital

Will Islamabad's single-use plastic ban help control the city's sprawling landfill sites?
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“Many accounts on Twitter are created for propaganda”

Rizwan Saeed, an online big data researcher, talks to Soch about his frustration with ‘propaganda fake accounts.'
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Facebook and fifth generation warfare

Fifth generation warfare was popularised by Major General Asif Ghafoor. There are very few mentions of it online.
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The truth behind India’s airstrikes in Balakot

Nine days after the Balakot airstrike, Soch visited the bomb site to explore what happened first-hand.
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Afghanistan and Syria’s role in geopolitics

Welcome to World War III, where superpowers can have their cake and eat it too.
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Pakistan’s biggest threat: contaminated water

the World Bank estimates that water pollution costs Pakistan around $6 billion, or roughly 4% of its GDP annually.
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