December 8 2021 0 Comments

At the end of April, the United Nations Assistance Mission (UNAMA) reported that over 500 civilians, including 150 children, were killed and injured since the US-Taliban deal had been struck in Doha in February this

November 27 2021 0 Comments

AFGHANISTAN’s humanitarian crisis is about to deepen. It is not only about food scarcity and the looming harsh winter that are coinciding with the continuing systemic violence. The consequences of the lack of regional consensus

October 14 2021 0 Comments

More than 2.2 million Afghan girls were unable to attend school as recently as last year [File: Jalil Rezayee/EPA] Kabul, Afghanistan – Kabul resident Rahela Nussrat, 17, is in her final year of high

September 24 2021 0 Comments

BY Aug 31, the Biden administration was able to evacuate some 124,000 people primarily through Kabul’s Hamid Karzai airport but also via overland routes. The fact that this number could be evacuated despite

September 22 2021 0 Comments

In Nothing Ever Dies: Vietnam and the Memory of War (2016), Viet Thanh Nguyen writes that U.S. films tend to substitute American pain for Vietnamese pain. “Americans love to imagine the war as a conflict

September 22 2021 0 Comments

As an Afghan woman and campaigner for the international human rights organization Amnesty International, I have never experienced anything worse than seeing my country fall apart. Although I consider myself lucky that I