Afghanistan stands on the cusp of a decision. They can bury the elders and ignore their ways as the Karzai government spirals deeper into corruption, or they can move forward while embracing the pastRead More
About the Author
Matthew Snow collected and analyzed intelligence for over ten years with an emphasis on Pashtun history, language, culture and politics. He is a regular contributor to Foreign Policy Journal and his short fiction can be found at Amazon.com.
When the world should have viewed her as a child, they made her a symbol. Rather than caution her on diplomacy, the world encouraged her brazen outcries. Rather than protect her, the world exalted her. And when she thought the world was with her, the world made her a martyr.Read More