• Endless Afghanistan: War without justification

    Endless Afghanistan: War without justification

    Oct 18, 2019 15:27

    Over the past week, Afghanistan saw the 18 year anniversary of the 2001 US invasion, starting an occupation that continues to this day. This means every child in Afghanistan was born in a country at war, and has never known an Afghanistan at peace.

  • Children are still dying in Afghanistan

    Children are still dying in Afghanistan

    Oct 09, 2019 17:16

    Sadly, children in Afghanistan have known nothing but heart-breaking realities as a result of violence and US-led war and occupation. The number of child casualties is appalling, and the time is now to call on the US-led occupation to immediately put an end to the suffering of children.

  • Afghanistan is both stalemate and quagmire

    Afghanistan is both stalemate and quagmire

    Sep 14, 2019 08:55

    The following article has been authored by Danny Sjursen who is a retired U.S. Army officer and former history instructor at West Point. He served tours with military units in Iraq and Afghanistan. He has written a memoir and critical analysis of the Iraq War.

  • Observe 9/11 anniversary by calling for an end to the Afghan War

    Observe 9/11 anniversary by calling for an end to the Afghan War

    Sep 12, 2019 09:14

    The U.S. military invasion of Afghanistan violated the United Nations Charter, which mandates that countries settle their disputes peacefully. The Charter forbids the use of military force except in self-defense or with Security Council authorization.

  • Candidates must commit to immediate US withdrawal from Afghanistan

    Candidates must commit to immediate US withdrawal from Afghanistan

    Aug 18, 2019 10:27

    The violence in Afghanistan is growing deadlier. In July, 1,500 civilians were killed or wounded, in the most lethal month for the past couple of years. The targeting of civilians amounts to war crimes under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC).

  • Could Donald Trump end the Afghan War? (2)

    Could Donald Trump end the Afghan War? (2)

    Aug 11, 2019 09:15

    The US president who is threatening to unleash a bloodbath in Afghanistan because of the almost two-decade inability of the American troops to win the war is now openly talking of mass massacre of at least ten million men, women and children, which is proof of his cowardice and terrorist nature that will only prolong the conflict with more disastrous results for Washington.

  • Could Donald Trump end the Afghan War? (1)

    Could Donald Trump end the Afghan War? (1)

    Aug 10, 2019 10:28

    The US president who is threatening to unleash a bloodbath in Afghanistan because of the almost two-decade inability of the American troops to win the war is now openly talking of mass massacre of at least ten million men, women and children, which is proof of his cowardice and terrorist nature that will only prolong the conflict with more disastrous results for Washington.

  • China seeks stronger role in Afghan peace process

    China seeks stronger role in Afghan peace process

    Jul 31, 2019 14:54

    As part of China’s global outreach program, its efforts to showcase interest and ability to mediate in conflict zones has increased in the last decade. To some degree, this posture has been significantly influenced by China’s desire to stand out in global affairs on par with the United States.

  • US folly in Afghanistan and media complicity

    US folly in Afghanistan and media complicity

    Jul 31, 2019 09:37

    Washington is messing up the situation in Afghanistan when the only solution to unending war of the past 18 years is American withdrawal from this beleaguered South Asian country, where the US cannot win.

  • The situation is getting worse in Afghanistan

    The situation is getting worse in Afghanistan

    Jul 28, 2019 10:19

    US Donald Trump’s presidency has gotten so much attention that America’s war on Afghanistan, now in its 18th year, has received only passing notice. Not anymore.