The New York Times, May. 30, 2016
Whether the situation in Afghanistan today still formally counts as war, and whether you call them migrants or refugees, the men and women who are leaving Afghanistan are driven away by insecurity, as they have been for years.
The Intercept, Apr. 28, 2016
Searching for Ground Truth in the Kunduz Hospital Bombing
Guardian Longread, Sep. 1, 2015
For centuries mystics have channelled hopes and fears of Afghans. With the nation in turmoil, their services are as popular as ever. But can they survive the latest crackdown by religious hardliners?
Financial Times, Dec. 14, 2014
The Taliban’s threat and Kabul’s weakness make full disengagement unlikely
Foreign Policy Interrupted, Nov. 8, 2014
“Afghanistan feels like unset clay right now. It’s a wonderful feeling, a sense of taking the measure of things, and finding them to be possible.”
Guardian, Oct. 15, 2014
Class dismissed at Kandahar Institute of Modern Studies, a rare place of learning for girls, as military withdrawal affects civilian projects
Guardian, Sep. 14, 2014
Around 400 people die in August after two weeks of fighting as many blame Afghan election gridlock for aiding the insurgency
The New Quarterly, Jul. 22, 2014
In the end, we all go towards things that make us feel.
The New York Times, Jun. 9, 2014
A mountain neighborhood of the Afghan capital is a microcosm of a country divided, by ethnicity and status.
MSNBC, Apr. 5, 2014
As I write this, journalist Kathy Gannon is being medevaced from the southeastern province of Khost in Afghanistan, to an airport in Kabul.