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Pakistan-India Relations Expert Available to Comment on Kashmir Situation

15-Aug-2019 10:55 AM EDT, by Ithaca College

Raza Ahmad Rumi, director of the Park Center for Independent Media at Ithaca College, is available to comment on the Pakistani response to India's abrogation of autonomy for the disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir.

Ahmad Rumi writes and speaks extensively on topics related to Pakistan-India relations.

Ahmad Rumi is a Pakistani expatriate and former television host, media commentator, and journalist. In the spring of 2014 he survived an assassination attempt by the Pakistani Taliban after being targeted for his progressive stances, advocacy for minority rights, and criticism of government and security policies in that country.

He began his career as a civil servant in Pakistan, and worked on issues of governance and public policy throughout Southeast Asia and the Pacific in positions with the United Nations and the Asian Development Bank. He became one of Pakistan’s first bloggers before segueing into journalism.

More information about Ahmad Rumi can be found on his Ithaca College expert webpage.

Ahmad Rumi is available to be interviewed by phone or Skype. He can be reached by email at or by phone at 607-274-1330.

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