Home > Author Interview / Current Events / South Asian Studies Farzana Shaikh Has Tea with The Economist Farzana Shaikh, author of Making Sense of Pakistan recently appeared on The Economist‘s series Tea with the Economist to talk about her book, Pakistan, India, Islam, and the army. Categories:Author InterviewCurrent EventsSouth Asian Studies Related Posts Author Post/Op-Ed / Current Events / Philosophy / Politics The Disaster of Half-Education Author Interview / Politics / South Asian Studies Interview with Partha Chatterjee Current Events / Politics Editors of the Measure of America Speak at the Carnegie Council Author Interview / Current Events Jacqueline Stevens on Democracy Now! Book of the Week / Current Events / Politics Did it Mean Nothing? Author Interview Q&A: Guy Crosby on Cook, Taste, Learn Author Interview / Environmental Studies / Science Scientific American Interviews Michael E. Mann Current Events / South Asian Studies Has Barack Obama met the hopes of the world? Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Prev Post Southern Fried Molecular Gastronomy Next Post Lisa Keller Recounts Her Brief Encounter with Robert McNamara aka "The Guy with Slickum in His Hair"