Jahanzeb Hussain
Editor

Jahanzeb Hussain is Ricochet's South Asia Bureau Chief. Currently based in Islamabad, he is a journalist, writer and community radio broadcaster. He has worked with Newsline, Pakistan’s premier English language current affairs publication, and has helped organized Vancouver’s Media Democracy Days. Jahanzeb also writes on South Asian politics for Collateral Damage.

French presidential election
Macron over Le Pen: In France’s devastating slide to the right, the choice is obvious
Jahanzeb Hussain
May 6, 2017
Underreported terrorism
Sehwan, not Sweden: The terrorist attack Trump ignored
Jahanzeb Hussain
February 21, 2017
Manufacturing hate
Right-wing outlets spread disinformation in wake of Quebec mosque shooting
January 30, 2017
Resisting fascism
Trump’s racist travel ban requires more than just condemnation
January 28, 2017
U.S. election
Why did college-educated whites vote for Trump?
Jahanzeb Hussain
November 14, 2016
U.S. election
Leftists abstaining or voting for Trump need to wake up from their hallucination
Jahanzeb Hussain
November 8, 2016
Racist nonsense
Why France’s Nicolas Sarkozy needs to STFU
August 25, 2016
Failed coup in Turkey
Can parliamentary Islamism survive President Erdogan?
Jahanzeb Hussain
July 18, 2016
India’s coal boom threatens rights of Adivasi communities
July 15, 2016
Canada Votes 2015
The world is watching Canada — and hoping for Harper’s defeat
Jahanzeb Hussain
October 19, 2015
Double standards abound as Harper rolls out red carpet for Indian PM Narendra Modi
Jahanzeb Hussain
April 14, 2015
Harper and Obama moving in different directions on Israel
Jahanzeb Hussain
March 26, 2015
Media
Beyond free speech: What’s lost in the debate about Charlie Hebdo
January 19, 2015
Pakistan: Unwilling and unable to change its jihad policy
Jahanzeb Hussain
December 24, 2014
Why Harper’s wrong to drag Canada into expanded Iraq War
October 6, 2014