What we can learn from the different responses to the November terrorist attacks by ISIS in Paris and Beirut.Read More
About the Author
After studying political and social philosophy in Europe, both at the Sorbonne and at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Mathilde Simon worked on migrants and women’s rights and empowerment in Mexico and Colombia. She then studied a MA in Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation at SIT Graduate Institute in the United States, where she studied the Afghan conflict. She recently lived in Tanzania, working at a Children’s Home.
The Drug Trade in Afghanistan: Understanding Motives behind Farmers’ Decision to Cultivate Opium Poppies
Understanding the evolution of the drug trade in Afghanistan and farmers’ decision to grow opium poppies can help guide efforts to provide alternatives.Read More