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Sameer Tayebaly

Student of Economics and History at McGill University. Sameer’s interests include food, fiction, film, FIFA, fascinating (or farcical?) sports like cricket, philosophy, and music. Together with the Bouillon team, he strives to provide a fresh take on politics while remaining calculated and informative. His eighteen years in Karachi, Pakistan, the experience of travel, and an avid interest in writing arrange a toolkit equipped for specialization in the intriguing politics of South Asia from a broader, global, panorama.

Malala Yousufzai and Education in Pakistan

When we imagine a fourteen year old girl, ideas of innocence and childish purity enter our mind. We think of someone who’s fed up at school, yet still embroiled in the daily toil of education. However, the experiences of Malala Yousufzai in the Swat Valley of northern Pakistan have been anything but what our conception of ‘normal’ leads us to ...

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