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What did billions in aid to Afghanistan accomplish? 5 questions answered

Mohammad Qadam Shah, Seattle Pacific University The government of Afghanistan and that country’s economy relied heavily on foreign aid...

Afghanistan’s war rug industry distorts the reality of everyday trauma

Jamal J. Elias, University of Pennsylvania The end of the U.S.-led military intervention in Afghanistan has resulted in the...

Minerals, drugs and China: How the Taliban might finance their new...

Hanif Sufizada, University of Nebraska Omaha Now that the Taliban have reportedly taken full control of Afghanistan and begun...

The Taliban reportedly have control of US biometric devices – a...

Margaret Hu, Penn State In the wake of the Taliban’s takeover of Kabul and the ouster of the Afghan...

America’s moral responsibility for the tragedy unfolding in Afghanistan

Michael Blake, University of Washington Chaotic scenes in Kabul accompanied the return to power of the Taliban in Afghanistan....

An Afghan American scholar describes his fear-filled journey from the chaos...

Hanif Sufizada, University of Nebraska Omaha Editor’s note: Afghan scholar Hanif Sufizada, who works at the Center for Afghanistan...

America’s moral responsibility for the tragedy unfolding in Afghanistan

Michael Blake, University of Washington Chaotic scenes in Kabul accompanied the return to power of the Taliban in Afghanistan....

Why the US won’t be able to shirk moral responsibility in...

Michael Blake, University of Washington The majority of the remaining American troops in Afghanistan were withdrawn recently, with the...

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Kathleen Gillespie, University of Bristol Young British men have a problem with diabetes. Recent studies have highlighted that death rates from type 1 diabetes in...