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Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan: A Gap Between Theory and Practice
Nov 5, 2021
Casualties of the Forever War: How the Taliban Is Reclaiming Afghanistan
Aug 5, 2021
Is It Time to End the United States’ “Forever War” in Afghanistan?
Who Cares About Peace in Afghanistan?
Biden: the End of American Involvement in Afghanistan?
Afghanistan’s Gendered Healthcare System…
Jul 22, 2020
The healthcare system in Afghanistan is under attack, both by the Taliban and by a virus that knows no bounds.…
The Graveyard of Empires: Peace Continues to Elude…
Sep 30, 2019
After nearly two decades of conflict in the region, the subject of Afghanistan has slowly waned from public…
Regional Power and Peacebuilding in Afghanistan
Mohammad Dawood Qayomi
Apr 30, 2019
Editors Note: The views expressed in this article is not representative of the opinions of the McGill International…
Afghanistan : Un Accord Improbable Entre les Américains…
Apr 8, 2019
Parmi les nombreux changements survenus dans les politiques étrangères des États-Unis depuis le début de…
Art and Tolerance in Afghanistan
Mar 5, 2019
Afghanistan played the leading role in histories that have yet to be written, and we owe ourselves the chance to…
The End of an Era: Peace with the Taliban?
Feb 12, 2019
The tentative agreement between the Taliban and the United States shows that the neoconservative currents which…
Is There an End in Sight for the Afghan Conflict?
Muhammad Huzaifa Elahi
Jan 19, 2019
An analysis of the origins of the Afghan insurgency, the current situation, the external influences in the war and…
Afghanistan: The Rise of Yet Another ISIS Front
Feb 10, 2018
With the withdrawal of most coalition troops after 16 years of Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan has emerged…
Salvation or Insecurity? Afghanistan’s Ethnic…
Jan 25, 2018
Former Mujahideen leader and now governor of Afghanistan’s northern Balkh province, Mohammad Atta Noor has sparked…
The Taliban: Looming Kingpins of Afghan Opium
Jan 10, 2018
What the Afghan government and other actors hoped would be a period of stabilization and decline, or at least…
Are All Refugees Treated Equally?
Mar 19, 2017
With the summer months looming ahead, many of us imagine being on a beach with the scorching sun on our backs,…
Afghanistan’s Opium Solution
Feb 19, 2016
For fourteen years, beginning in 2001, the U.S. fought a war on two fronts in Afghanistan: one to destroy the…