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The Limits of Foreign Intervention in Promoting Women’s Rights in Afghanistan
March 08, 2022

The Limits of Foreign Intervention in Promoting Women’s Rights in Afghanistan

By Sasha Kassam
A foreign military presence was never meant to provide a long-term solution for securing protections for Afghan women. It’s time for the international community to support substantive and sustainable achievements.

How the World Failed Afghan Women
November 18, 2021

How the World Failed Afghan Women

By Philip Smucker
Why millions of dollars in international aid – much of it from the U.S. – failed to achieve lasting change for Afghanistan’s women.
USAID Cuts Support to Flagship Forest Protection Project in Cambodia
June 18, 2021

USAID Cuts Support to Flagship Forest Protection Project in Cambodia

By Sebastian Strangio
The Prey Lang Wildlife Sanctuary has lost 9 percent of its forest to logging operations since 2016.

Sri Lanka’s Maithripala Sirisena Is No Stranger to Politics
January 04, 2016

Sri Lanka’s Maithripala Sirisena Is No Stranger to Politics

By Taylor Dibbert
A recently published article on USAID’s blog is cause for concern.

How Ashraf Ghani's Government Will Address Afghanistan's Endemic Problems
March 30, 2015

How Ashraf Ghani's Government Will Address Afghanistan's Endemic Problems

By Hannah Gais
Speaking in New York City, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani outlined his government's approach to Afghanistan's varied problems.

Fixing America’s Aid to Afghanistan and Pakistan
December 23, 2014

Fixing America’s Aid to Afghanistan and Pakistan

By Jordan Olmstead
The US needs a more strategic approach in providing assistance to the two troubled countries.

Washington’s Civilian Shortcomings in Pakistan
August 02, 2012

Washington’s Civilian Shortcomings in Pakistan

America’s long-term development partnership with Pakistan warrants a serious new effort to set it back on course.

Vietnam Treads China’s Path
May 19, 2011

Vietnam Treads China’s Path

While international attention has been focused on China’s crackdown on activists, Vietnam has also been tightening up on dissent.

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