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The Pakistan crisis

By Tom Nuttall  

Lahore-based novelist Moni Mohsin is covering the events in Pakistan for Prospect online. Her first dispatch assesses the life of Benazir Bhutto, and muses sceptically on the continued centrality of the dynasty in south Asian politics. Further contributions from Moni will appear here at First Drafts; see her post below on the identity of the Bhutto killers.

We also have Kishwer Falkner on the geopolitical implications of the assassination, and Shiraz Maher on the resonance of events in Pakistan among Britain’s Muslims.

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