Fragile government may fall without US military commitment as Obama faces Afghanistan hard choices
Afghanistan articles on Democracy Chronicles
The need for democracy in Afghanistan remains urgent. Afghans remain under threat of political violence, corruption and lack of free speech protections. Also check out our section on World Democracy.
Afghans don’t expect change but opinion mixed about US war while most find plenty to criticize
War in Afghanistan barely drawing towards US and NATO pullout, but will we really leave?
Hazaras of Pakistan organization that arranged protest in NYC has called itself Voice of the Oppressed, which staged protests in New York as well as Chicago – Religious Violence Has Been Tacitly Supported by Pakistan Government Despite Massacres
Continuing US drone strikes have inflamed public opinion in Pakistan’s targeted Northwest Province
The US still plays a role at Bagram prison after September 9 but handover jeopardizes prisoners
Defense Minister and Interior Minister Removed From Posts as Afghan Parliament Comes Alive
UNHCR Claim Media Reports of Forced Exit of Afghan Refugee Population in Pakistan as False
Increased Mobile Use Transforming Power Structures in Poor Nation as Afghans Take to Social Media
British Military Quagmire Continues Despite Best Efforts as David Cameron Arrives in Afghanistan