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Pakistan

The Politics of Humanitarian Aid

Following Pakistan's floods, U.S. policy of humanitarian aid accompanied by continuing drone attacks exacerbates rather than alleviates tensions.

Rebuilding Bridges through the Land of Mountains

Unlike in southern regions where the floodwaters slowly and stealthily supersaturated entire villages, the waters in the north raged through mountain ravines with the ferocity of a runaway train.  Today, parts of Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province still resemble a warzone: battered bridges, crushed schools, and leveled villages.

Inside Pakistan’s Largest Free Hospital: S.I.U.T

Pakistan's flooding has exacerbated pre-existing health challenges for thousands of displaced people, and relief teams are finding that the most effective aid often comes from locally-based organizations.

"The Great Flood of 2010" and the Future of Pakistan

Though it remains overlooked in the media, "The Great Flood of 2010" is one of the worst natural disasters to hit Pakistan, displacing an estimated 20 million people and leaving countless de