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.
A month after the US military dropped the largest ever non nuclear bomb on the mountains of Achin district in Nangarhar province, the world seems to have lost interest … Continue reading Between Ignorance and Malice: ‘Anti-Establishment’ Journalism on Afghanistan
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