Fazelminallah Qazizai

Fazelminallah Qazizai

Fazelminallah Qazizai is an Afghan journalist with a degree in Islamic Law from the Kabul University, and co-author, along with Chris Sands, of “Night Letters: Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and Afghan Islamists who Changed the World”. He has always lived in Afghanistan.

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After America: Inside the Taliban’s New Emirate

After America: Inside the Taliban’s New Emirate

With just under five months to go until U.S. withdrawal, as Afghans brace for postwar uncertainty, an Afghan journalist visits the Taliban's new emirate in Helmand, the land the U.S. failed to tame.

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The Treacherous Frontier

The Treacherous Frontier

For locals on both sides of the frontier, the distinction between what is local and what is foreign has never been clear. Houses, mosques, farms and even graveyards have one entrance in Afghanistan and the other in Pakistan. People on both sides often belong to the same tribes and have resisted such artificial delimitations.

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