By John Dietrich Politico provides an account of a State Department election night “party” in Kabul’s U.S. embassy. The author, May Jeong, describes the State Department employees, “who are officially … Read More
By Ishaal Zehra Diwali, a Hindu ritual, has just wrapped up and so is the hearing of the case pertinent to Article 35A of Jammu and Kashmir’s state legislature. The … Read More
Iran sought the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) to lift the burden of economic sanctions linked to its nuclear program. Under the international agreement, the European Union lifted its sanctions and … Read More
How did the war in Afghanistan, which started with a noble purpose, transition from the “good war” to the unending war? By Daniel R. DePetris For the vast majority of … Read More
By Afshin Majlesi When I was told by my superiors to make a journey to Pakistan, I started wondering how traveling to our neighboring country could be. Soon after, I … Read More
By Chuzi Xiao The United States and Afghanistan accused Pakistan of turning a blind eye to the issue of safe havens and sanctuaries to members of the Afghan Taliban and … Read More
State Department specialists sent dissent cable urging more-intensive talks to end Afghanistan war By Dion Nissenbaum WASHINGTON—The Trump administration is considering a plan that would aim to close the Taliban … Read More
Aged 14, Insha Mushtaq was watching protests from her window when Indian security forces fired pellets into her eyes.