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Jakob Steiner

... lived, worked and studied in Australia, Europe and Asia.
Jakob Steiner has written 75 posts for Rug Pundits

Commercial Culture in Pakistan – data on the decline and unanswered questions

This post is part of our look at data on Pakistan. Please read the introduction here for details. The decline of artistic industries in Pakistan is often lamented. Rather quickly, without a closer look, this is often attributed to ‘Talibanisation’ of the country. Below a quick look at the official numbers from the Pakistan Bureau … Continue reading

trade, migrants and satellite imagery – a visual approach to border posts

We have recently interviewed a number of ‘illegal’ migrants from Pakistan to Austria (excerpts are up here and will hopefully soon be out in an English/Urdu version as well). When talking about the trip from Pakistan to Europe, borders played a major role. Crossing from Pakistan into Iran is not an easy task, being shot … Continue reading

untold, unheard, unwritten – the neglected part of Kashmir

If you look for coverage of Kashmir in Pakistani newspapers you’d have to assume that all of Kashmir lies in India. Hardly ever is there coverage of the Pakistani part. Only the rather new Express Tribune has an own section on AJK in its Online Edition. While they never really had a say in their … Continue reading

jaane kyun . aus Pakistan nach Österreich

Folgende Ausführungen basieren auf Interviews mit pakistanischen Asylwerbern in Österreich (Servitenkloster Wien) und 7 Jahren Arbeit in Pakistan. Es handelt sich dabei nur um eine kurze Zusammenfassung, weitere Details zur derzeit laufenden Forschung in diese Richtung können über die Kontakt Seite erfragt werden. Angesichts der abermals medialen Präsenz pakistanischer Asylwerber in Österreich, folgend ein paar … Continue reading

A Spatial Analysis of War Data in Pakistan – annual data on a provincial scale

This section includes an Introduction into the Series and Annual Data for all Provinces. For Data specifically on Balochistan, KP and FATA (for which we also did a monthly analysis) and Punjab and Sindh please consult the respective posts. You may also want to read on where we see the limits of such an analysis … Continue reading

A Spatial Analysis of War Data in Pakistan – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA (II – Monthly Data)

An Introduction to this Series on the years 2009 – 2012 in conflict in Pakistan can be read here. This section deals with data available on Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the FATA on a monthly scale. We looked at the annual scale earlier and now look at monthly data, trying to see where influences between KP … Continue reading

A Spatial Analysis of War Data in Pakistan – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA (I – Annual Data)

An Introduction to this Series on the years 2009 – 2012 in conflict in Pakistan can be read here. This section deals with data available on Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the FATA on an annual scale. We start with the annual scale for both areas and look at the monthly in the second part, trying to … Continue reading

A Spatial Analysis of War Data in Pakistan – Baluchistan Annual Data

An Introduction to this Series on the years 2009 – 2012 in conflict in Pakistan can be read here. This section deals with data available on Balochistan in detail. Until reporting on Balochistan hasn’t improved at least on the data side, we are only looking at annual data here, since conclusions from the monthly scale … Continue reading

A Spatial Analysis of War Data in Pakistan – Punjab and Sindh Annual Data

An Introduction to this Series on the years 2009 – 2012 in conflict in Pakistan can be read here. This section deals with data available on Punjab and Sindh. Compared to the other provinces, incidents here have been rather few and violence is largely focused on the large urban areas. Hence only the annual scale … Continue reading

Data Darbar – On Current Data Based Writing at Rugpundits

On RugPundits there have recently been a number of posts on data analysis, mostly with a focus on the upcoming elections with more concerning the War and the Census coming up in the future as well. We are doing so, because we feel there is a lot of unexplored information lying around and these are … Continue reading

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