William Wheeler wrote about the potential water conflict brewing between India and Pakistan. Here, in another dispatch, he looks at the question of Kashmir in growing tensions over a limited resource.
Control of the rivers that run through the region has always been a potential source of conflict between India and Pakistan.
A first hand account of the largest internal migration in Pakistan's history.
The Indus Waters Treaty has governed the sharing of a strategic river between India and Pakistan, but will this treaty survive the emerging water crisis?
Reporting summary on a trip to Islamabad to report on the status of the Indus water treaty.
Despite ankle deep garbage, charcoal-scribbled graffiti of machine guns and the scorched remains of squatters' fires, the dusty green chalkboard still reads "December 2, 2006," the last day that classes were held in the primary school wing of Mirza Adam Khan, a government-run compound of schools in the poor and violence plagued Karachi neighborhood of Lyari.
Aired on Foreign Exchange June 23, 2009.
Began airing on Foreign Exchange June 19, 2009
A truck depot is about the last place on earth you'd expect to find an art scene. But in Pakistan, the tradition of painting and detailing trucks adds glitter and glamour to the transport business, and offers a colorful distraction in a country tormented by war and political instability.
Video by Alex Stonehill for the Common Language Project
Produced in association with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
The fight for control of the Swat Valley and the future of Pakistan.
Journalists Sarah Stuteville and Alex Stonehill spent six weeks crisscrossing Pakistan to report on the country's growing education crisis. Both are funded by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, and spoke recently with iWitness from Karachi about their experience.