A Luxury Facility for Military Contractors Endangers Afghan Civilians By Mohammed Harun Arsalai and Mohsin Momand Khan Originally published in the Nation Kabul, Afghanistan—As talks to end the nearly 18-year … Continue reading A Luxury Facility for Military Contractors Endangers Afghan Civilians
By: Humayoon Babur Oct. 30, 2018 The Kabul River Basin is one of Afghanistan’s most populated and highly heterogenic rivers and is a critical tributary of the Indus Basin … Continue reading Afghanistan water crisis may worsen regional tensions
A menacing drought is overshadowed by violence
The War on Terror should be understood as having a much longer history that encompasses the repression faced by Black radicals in the US, especial Black Muslims but is essentially a war focused on the annihilation of resistance to white supremacist colonisation that started on this date back in 1492 with the conquest of Indigenous lands and the start of a “New” world.
Originally published on TeleSur Afghanistan and Pakistan are both U.S. allies, but the latter is accused of destabilizing the former with U.S. help. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani gave a blistering … Continue reading In Afghanistan, the US Is Accused of Backing Both Sides