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We Still Don’t Know Who Won Afghanistan’s Presidential Election
November 13, 2019

We Still Don’t Know Who Won Afghanistan’s Presidential Election

By Catherine Putz
More than 40 days after the pivotal presidential election, we’re still unsure how many votes were cast -- not to mention who the victor is.

Young Afghans Look to Mountain Biking as a Means to Transcend Conflict
November 05, 2019

Young Afghans Look to Mountain Biking as a Means to Transcend Conflict

By Ian J. Lynch
A broad collection of initiatives in Bamiyan and across the country aim to harness the potential of sports to develop community and resilience.
Learning From US Efforts to Reintegrate Former Combatants in Afghanistan
November 05, 2019

Learning From US Efforts to Reintegrate Former Combatants in Afghanistan

By Catherine Putz
Afghan reintegration programs have largely failed, but success will be necessary if any potential peace deal is to have lasting impact.

US Envoy in Kabul Negotiating Hostage Release, Sources Say
November 01, 2019

US Envoy in Kabul Negotiating Hostage Release, Sources Say

By Associated Press
Officials hope a prisoner exchange can resuscitate the peace talks.

Education Is the Key to Empowering Afghan Women
October 23, 2019

Education Is the Key to Empowering Afghan Women

By Sabera Azizi
Afghan women see more influence than ever, but prejudice and sexism remain barriers.

After the Kurds, Will Trump Abandon Afghanistan Next?
October 18, 2019

After the Kurds, Will Trump Abandon Afghanistan Next?

By Uzair Younus
Given the Syria debacle, one cannot rule out a tweet that abruptly announces the end of the war in Afghanistan.

India Delivers 2 More Mi-24V Attack Helicopters to Afghanistan
October 16, 2019

India Delivers 2 More Mi-24V Attack Helicopters to Afghanistan

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Indian officials handed over the last two of four Mi-24v helicopter gunships to the Afghan Air Force on October 15.
Inside Afghanistan’s Online Battlefield
October 15, 2019

Inside Afghanistan’s Online Battlefield

By Ezzatullah Mehrdad
Social media provides another front for battle between the Afghan government and the Taliban.

Is Democracy Dying in Afghanistan?
October 11, 2019

Is Democracy Dying in Afghanistan?

By Jumakhan Rahyab
The recent presidential election, coupled with a long list of government failures, is a serious alarm heralding the death of democracy in Afghanistan.

Taliban: From Pariah to Diplomatic Reception
October 10, 2019

Taliban: From Pariah to Diplomatic Reception

By Daud Khattak
From Moscow to Beijing, Tehran to Islamabad, Taliban delegations have found welcome in diplomatic halls.

Afghanistan-Sri Lanka: Natural Partners in Democracy and Development
October 10, 2019

Afghanistan-Sri Lanka: Natural Partners in Democracy and Development

By M. Ashraf Haidari
Despite occasional challenges, Sri Lanka’s democracy is vibrant and resilient, inspiring younger democracies such as Afghanistan. 
The Taliban Go Global
October 07, 2019

The Taliban Go Global

By Rupert Stone
The Taliban, long an isolated and parochial movement, is going global

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