Alizeh Kohari is a Pakistani journalist who currently divides her time between Karachi and Mexico City. Her reporting has appeared in Harper’s, Wired, The Atlantic, The Baffler, BBC, and others. She was most recently a fellow at Coda, investigating biometric surveillance in Pakistan, and a Persephone Miel fellow with the Pulitzer Center. For four years, she was a staffer at the monthly Herald, Pakistan’s oldest current-affairs magazine. Between 2015 and 2017, she was a Fulbright scholar at New York University; in the summer in between, she worked with Reuters in Mexico City as an Overseas Press Club fellow. She studied government and economics at the London School of Economics.