A new report documents the ongoing human, social, economic and environmental toll of the Iraq war, reports Brett Wilkins.
War on Afghanistan (2001–2021)
US military doctrine is about remaining the pre-eminent military power and ensuring that the world be organised in a way that is most conducive to its security and prosperity, writes William Briggs.
Cruelty has caught fire in Australian politics; cowardice has become the currency affecting exchange with Washington and London, argues Stuart Rees.
Supporters of Julian Assange in Sydney rallied outside the British Consulate. Michael Hatrick and Jim McIlroy report.
The only way to save Afghanistan is with the solidarity of progressive, democratic and secular forces, says Malalai Joya.
Recent statements by Taliban figures banning perfume have been protested and derided in social media, reports Yasmeen Afghan.
Civil disobedience and stay-at-home strikes continue in Kabul against the Taliban regime, reports Yasmeen Afghan.
In this exclusive interview, Marcel Cartier speaks with Selay Ghaffar, spokesperson for the leftist Solidarity Party of Afghanistan.
In the aftermath of the United States withdrawal from Afghanistan and Taliban takeover, big challenges lie ahead as political factions jockey for power, writes Malik Miah.
Afghan women have always played an active role in the fight against occupiers, writes Yasmeen Afghan. They will not bow to the Taliban's brutalities and will fight for their rights.
The decision to join the United States’ invasion of Afghanistan was made by one man. Joel MacKay argues that any decision to go to war should be made only after exhaustive scrutiny.
Green Left speaks to veteran Pakistani socialist Farooq Tariq about the attitudes of the Pakistani state and ruling elite to the Taliban's recent return to power.
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