Over the last few weeks, amid the NATO and US record-high casualties in Afghanistan and the bad...Read More
About the Author
Dr Ehsan Azari is a Sydney based Afghan academic and writer. He is the author of 'Lacan and the Destiny of Literature: Shakespeare, Donne, Joyce and Ashbery, Continuum'. He specializes in Modern Literary theory, English Literature, and continental philosophy. He also writes on current international politics, especially Afghanistan and South Asia.
As the Afghan war proceeds in an uncertain path, Iran, Afghanistan’s western neighbor, seems to have been reaping all the benefits. Each of the US’s policy setbacks provide a great gift to the Iranian clerical rulers by helping them enhance their clout in the region and expand their international maneuvering space against the West.Read More
Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef sets out to present a counter-narrative about the Taliban in his autobiographical book, My Life with the Taliban. The ex-Taliban ambassador in Pakistan remains unrepentant for working with the Taliban after spending four years in Guantánamo Bay, even though he now is living in Kabul far from Taliban.Read More