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Pakistan's War with Itself
UW School of Law
Seattle, WA
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Pakistan's War with Itself
The World Affairs Council presents Pamela Constable, one of the world's leading reporters on South Asia, for an in depth discussion on her most recent book, Playing with Fire: Pakistan at War with Itself. Speaking from her years of extensive experience on the ground in Pakistan, Constable will provide a firsthand perspective of what daily life entails for ordinary Pakistanis, the real extent to which inequality and corruption plague the society, and how the nation is becoming increasingly divided by competing versions of Islam.

Co-Presenter:
Ahmadiyya Muslim Student Association
The National Bureau of Asian Research
Pakistani Student Association, University of Washington
Town Hall Seattle
University Bookstore
University of Washington Communications Department
South Asia Center, University of Washington


For more information about this event, visit the World Affairs Council website!

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UW School of Law (View)
William H. Gates Hall Room 138
Seattle, WA 98195
United States


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Education > Other

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Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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