Tag Archives: Quetta

March Madness at Notes on the Periphery!: Part 4 (Asia-Pacific)

(Note: This post was completed in conjunction with Will Vogt, another Notes on the Periphery contributor and the beloved “obscurity” columnist.) On April 8, the three most fun weeks of the year ended, namely NCAA college basketball’s final tournament. For … Continue reading

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Lashkar-e-Jhangvi in Pakistan: the optimist and the pessimist

2013 got off to a horrid start in the Pakistani city of Quetta—long-known for being the suspected meeting place for the Afghan Taliban’s central leadership, in exile since the US invasion in 2001. On January and February, however, it was … Continue reading

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