Has Bezos Become More Powerful in D.C. Than Trump?

Vanity Fair, Aug. 13, 2018

The deal for an obscure $10 billion Pentagon contract suggests the extent to which Jeff Bezos is gobbling up the swamp—without the guy in the White House even batting an eye.

When A Suicide Bombing Claims a Friend

The New Yorker, May. 2, 2018

A terror attack in Kabul killed twenty-five, including nine journalists, at a time when Afghanistan sorely needs its media

The Final, Terrible Voyage of the Nautilus

Wired, Feb. 15, 2018

Kim Wall went for a ride on a submarine, hoping to write a story about a maker of “extreme machines.” She never did. I needed to know what happened.

Losing Sight

The Intercept, Jan. 27, 2018

A 4-year old girl was the sole survivor of a U.S. drone strike in Afghanistan. Then she disappeared.

The Man Who Thought He Could Fix Afghanistan

Politico, Oct. 27, 2017

To get something done in Afghanistan, you need to know Scott Guggenheim. But even the ultimate fixer isn’t sure anyone can solve the country’s problems

Strangers In Their Own Land

Moment, Sep. 25, 2017

The end of the long civil war between Tamil and Buddhist forces promised peace in Sri Lanka. Instead, Buddhist nationalists found a new enemy: their Muslim neighbors

Diary: Femicide in Kandahar

London Review of Books, Aug. 31, 2017

Afghan women are often described as monoliths, which negated their complex and varying realities. To the west, they are either enlightened or in need of saving