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            10.2307/j50009694
            reorient
            ReOrient
            Pluto Journals
            2055-5601
            2055-561X
            1 April 2021
            : 6
            : 2 ( doiID: 10.13169/reorient.6.issue-2 )
            : 248-252
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            Global Challenges, Brunel University London
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            reorient.6.2.0248
            10.13169/reorient.6.2.0248
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            . Delusional States: Feeling Rule and Development in Pakistan's Northern Frontier . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Hardback (€ 5/$99.99). 304 pp. ISBN 9781108609166.

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            Literary studies,Religious studies & Theology,Social & Behavioral Sciences,History,Philosophy

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            3. Aijazi, O. (2020b) Which Kashmir? Pakistan wala ya India? Konsa Kashmir? Pakistan's or India's? APLA Speaking Justice to Power Series. Available at https://politicalandlegalanthro.org/2020/07/30/which-kashmir-pakistan-wala-ya-india-konsa-kashmir-pakistans-or-indias/.

            4. Ali, N. (2018) On being an activist: Silence, technology and feminist solidarity in South Asia (dispatch). Studies in Social Justice. 12 (2), 406-12.

            5. Sökefeld, M. (2015) At the margins of Pakistan: Political relationships between Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir. In Ravi Kalia (ed.), Pakistan's Political Labyrinths. Delhi: Routledge, 174-88.

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