Taliban forces are deliberately targeting journalists and other media workers, including women, in Afghanistan.
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Results of elections in Afghanistan are questionable. Hampered by intimidation by militia and insurgent groups, corruption and partisanship within the electoral administration, the prospects for fair elections hinge on the prospects for peace. Also check out our section on World Democracy.
Afghanistan’s Education Ministry is stepping back from a decision that would apparently have banned girls older than 12 from singing in public.
In Afghanistan, at least 65 workers, rights defenders have been killed since 2018. It is a trend that creates fear in the population.
A recent string of targeted killings in Afghanistan has created an atmosphere of fear among Afghan journalists.
The Taliban put in place one of the worst forms of discrimination against women in Afghanistan. The Afghan police is taking a page from their playbook.
A period of strategic competition with China and firm push-back against Russia could be blended with economic growth and focused cooperation.
American troop withdrawal from Afghanistan inclusive of plans to close bases brokered with Taliban may be recipe for total civil war, article.
After 10 months of negotiations, the United States and the Taliban have reached an agreement to end their conflict in Afghanistan. That was the easy part.
Is democracy promotion a core element of America’s foreign policy identity? Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice believes so.
While Afghanistan’s 2014 presidential elections were flawed, heavy voter turnout demonstrated that Afghan citizens preferred democracy over Taliban rule.