In the second part of a feature on Afghan women after the end of U.S. military occupation and the resurgence of the Taliban, Brendan Maslauskas Dunn covers how women are coping with trauma and anxiety while organizing resistance.
With U.S. military occupation over, Afghan women contend with Taliban rule and struggle for a truly democratic nation.
This article was funded by paid subscribers of The Dissenter. Become a paid subscriber and help us expand our coverage of whistleblower stories. President Joe Biden delivered a speech where he stood by the withdrawal of United States military forces from Afghanistan, but he crudely blamed the people of Afghanistan
A report from the United Nations indicates there is no accountability for torture by Afghan forces and the number of incidents of torture remains steady.
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After failing to destroy the Taliban, the U.S. is setting the stage for another war in Afghanistan with an ISIS affiliate made up of former Taliban members.
The general director for Doctors Without Borders responded to Pentagon claims that Afghan military forces are responsible for bombs, which hit their hospital in Kunduz and killed 22 patients and staff, including three children. “Their description of the attack keeps changing—from collateral damage, to a tragic incident, to now attempting