By Sophie McBain - 05 February 11:55
The problem isn't just in Afghanistan. 30 per cent of woman suffer violence from an intimate partner, but globally laws do little to protect women at home.
By Samira Shackle - 05 September 09:31
As the US withdrawal from Afghanistan approaches, what will happen to Bagram prison, where many prisoners are held without charge, trial, or even access to a lawyer?
Investment in Blood by Frank Ledwidge: A devastating indictment of the utter, unanswerable folly of Afghanistan
By Sherard Cowper-Cowles - 16 June 11:00
Frank Ledwidge, once a “justice adviser” in Britain’s para-colonial administration in Helmand, has produced a devastating indictment of Britain’s military intervention in southern Afghanistan. If those of us complicit in the error were ever brought to jus
By Sherard Cowper-Cowles - 14 February 07:13
By Tim Wigmore - 12 February 10:57
Despite objections from Afghan society, a women's cricket team is emerging.
By Hugh Bayley MP - 07 December 03:55
The choice now is to risk abandoning a decade of military and civilian investment, or to capitalise on it.
By Dan Jarvis - 06 November 05:03
The US and its allies should take a much harder look at our partners against the Taliban.
By Michael Semple - 11 July 03:08
“Mawlvi”, a veteran Taliban commander, shares insights into the movement’s thinking, relations with Pakistan and Hamid Karzai’s future, in this exclusive interview from behind Afghanistan’s “iron curtain”.
By New Statesman - 11 July 07:39
A high-ranking operative from the Afghan Taliban movement on Pakistan, al-Qaeda and the future of Afghanistan.
By Ali Miraj - 10 May 12:27
The Afghanistan-Pakistan approach: a five point plan for Obama.