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Afghanistan is Failing to Help Abused Women

Afghanistan is Failing to Help Abused Women

Abuse against women in Afghan homes is horrifyingly pervasive; around 87 percent of Afghan women are believed to have experienced domestic abuse at least once. What is Afghanistan doing to end the abuse?

A Drone Killed My Friend, Warren Weinstein

A Drone Killed My Friend, Warren Weinstein

Instead of using drones to combat men who kidnap aid workers, let's support local movements that seek to prevent the men from taking such actions in the first place.

Afghan Peace: Between A Rock and A Hard Place

Afghan Peace: Between A Rock and A Hard Place

To bring peace to Afghanistan, Ghani has to overcome domestic barriers and regional controversies.

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The Shelf is a collection of the reviews of books relevant to Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and the region that have been commissioned by the South ...

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The South Asia Channel, a collaboration with the New America Foundation and Johns Hopkins SAIS, features deep analysis of issues concerning Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan, and covers everything from politics to business to culture.

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