Afghanistan has often been called the ‘graveyard of empires’. Over the past 20 years it has also been at the forefront of the ill-named ‘war on terrorism’. What can we do – if anything – to get out of that nation and consider ourselves ‘safer’?
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On June 26, 2004 a bomb exploded on a bus carrying women who were election workers in the eastern Afghan city…
Episode 99 – Phil Gurski talks to former UK FCO official Suzanne Raine on why vigilance is the better strategy.
On June 11, 2016 the Afghan Taliban skinned a man alive before throwing him off a cliff to his death.