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Shuja Nawaz
Director, South Asia Center, The Atlantic Council of the United States, and author of Crossed Swords: Pakistan, its Army, and the Wars Within

‘A powerful and courageous voice that represents the best of Pakistan’s emerging journalism… The first insider view of developments in Pakistan on the road to democracy.’

Karen Frillmann
Managing Editor – Newsroom, New York Public Radio

‘Nafisa Hoodbhoy’s detailed reporting helped me look at the complex world of Pakistani politics differently. Hoodbhoy’s proximity to key players and her unique perspective as one of the few women journalists to cover Pakistan’s gripping narrative makes the Democracy Train a great companion to the news of the day.’

Hassan Abbas
Quaid-i-Azam Chair Professor, South Asia Institute, Columbia University and author of Pakistan’s Drift into Extremism: Allah, the Army, and America’s War on Terror

‘A story of a courageous journalist who defied conventional norms during times when very few other women were in this profession, and the country’s political environment was heavily influenced by conservative values, bloody ethnic conflict and religious bigotry. [Hoodbhoy] witnessed the making of history first-hand.’

Frances Stead Sellers
Deputy National Editor, Health, Science and the Environment, The Washington Post

‘It was her fierce independence and commitment to her country that inspired [Hoodbhoy’s] decision to become a newspaper reporter the only female reporter at the Pakistani daily, Dawn. Living in the United States after the terrorist attacks of 9/11, she realized that she was in a unique position to shed light on growing Islamic militancy and sectarian violence. She does so here with the irrepressible spirit that inspired her early journalism.’

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  1. Shirl says:

    Thank you so much for this article, it saved me time!

  2. Diseño de Graffitis says:

    You can certainly see your expertise in the work you write. The arena hopes for more passionate writers like you who are not afraid to mention how they believe. Always go after your heart.

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  • Cover Reviews

    "Nafisa Hoodbhoy’s detailed reporting helped me look at the complex world of Pakistani politics differently. Hoodbhoy’s proximity to key players...

    Karen Frillmann
    Managing Editor - Newsroom, New York Public Radio

    "A story of a courageous journalist who defied conventional norms during times when very few other women were in this...

    Hassan Abbas
    Author and Quaid-i-Azam Chair Professor

    "A powerful and courageous voice that represents the best of Pakistan’s emerging journalism… The first insider view of developments in...

    Shuja Nawaz
    Author and Director South Asia Center

    "It was her fierce independence and commitment to her country that inspired [Hoodbhoy’s] decision to become a newspaper reporter –...

    Frances Stead Sellers
    Deputy National Editor, Health, Science and the Environment, The Washington Post

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