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Magazine articles on politics and society in Afghanistan.
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December 6, 2001
Janelle Brown
Putting the world on notice Delegates to the Afghan Women's Summit, deftly maneuvering past their differences, issue an ambitious agenda for inclusion in their nation's future... mark for My Articles 184 similar articles
December 5, 2001
Janelle Brown
A chance to shine Afghan women delegates in Brussels prepare for a role in government, and react variously to a French belly dancer in a spangled bra... mark for My Articles 183 similar articles
December 3, 2001
Janelle Brown
Any day now Afghan women hope to use the momentum of international recognition to secure civil rights and a role in government... mark for My Articles 349 similar articles
November 21, 2001
Dalton Conley
The Afghan handshake Nearly a decade ago in Peshawar, a holy warrior tried to warn me where radical Islam was heading -- then gave me his watch... mark for My Articles 137 similar articles
November 16, 2001
Janelle Brown
"Beneath the Veil" redux Documentary filmmaker Saira Shah returns to Afghanistan to find hopeful soldiers and starving children. Her film of the journey is called "Unholy War"... mark for My Articles 398 similar articles
November 14, 2001
Christopher Hitchens
Guess what, the bombing worked like a charm The antiwar hand-wringers kept warning us of its perils. But as the Taliban despots flee Afghan cities, and their citizens cheer, the air war's stunning efficacy is clear for all to see... mark for My Articles 109 similar articles
November 13, 2001
Suzy Hansen
"We need to get lucky" Michael Ignatieff, author of "Virtual War," talks about the politics of bombing Afghanistan, the viability of U.S. military strategy and why morality has nothing to do with either... mark for My Articles 346 similar articles
November 1, 2001
Laura Miller
Who is Osama bin Laden? Is he a cog in a vast wheel of state-sponsored terrorism -- or a new breed of freelance evil genius? mark for My Articles 274 similar articles
October 19, 2001
Janelle Brown
Optional burqas and mandatory malnutrition After spending 18 months studying Afghanistan, Dr. Lynn Amowitz reports that life under the Taliban is more brutal -- and more complicated -- than we suspected... mark for My Articles 376 similar articles
October 10, 2001
Asra Q. Nomani
At home with the Taliban While U.S. bombs dropped on his country, an Afghan official and his two wives welcomed me into their living room and talked of marriage, music and his memories of dining in the World Trade Center's starry restaurant... mark for My Articles 226 similar articles
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