Fatima Bhutto

Fatima Bhutto, an Afghan-born Pakistani poet and writer, is most recently the author of The Shadow of the Crescent Moon (Penguin Press, 2015). Her work has appeared in the New Statesman, the Daily Beast and the Guardian, among other places. Her father, Murtaza Bhutto, son of Pakistan's former president and prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and an elected member of parliament, was killed by the police in 1996 in Karachi during the premiership of his sister, Benazir Bhutto. Fatima lives and writes in Karachi, Pakistan.

Myanmar nationals hold up their passports outside the embassy of Myanmar in Singapore

Flattened for a Price Flattened for a Price

In her new book The Cosmopolites, Atossa Araxia Abrahamian explores the evolution of citizenship and the rise of a new form of statelessness.

Dec 2, 2015 / Fatima Bhutto

Pakistan v. Pakistan: On Anatol Lieven

Pakistan v. Pakistan: On Anatol Lieven Pakistan v. Pakistan: On Anatol Lieven

For Anatol Lieven, Pakistan is a dangerous, fearsome country, a hard place to live and harder still to govern.

Jun 28, 2011 / Books & the Arts / Fatima Bhutto

A Flood of Drone Strikes A Flood of Drone Strikes

What the WikiLeaks revelations tell us about how Washington runs Pakistan.

Dec 9, 2010 / Fatima Bhutto