Wahidullah Amani | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Stories by the author
7 Nov 07
Allegations in an Afghan parliamentary report that British forces are actively promoting strife reflects lingering suspicions of a country many still see as a historical enemy.
31 Oct 07
Wardak province, next door to the capital, is now a focus for Taleban activity as alienated civilians turn away from local government officials.
16 Oct 07
Afghan television stations show the human face of suffering.
12 Oct 07
The Afghan government has vowed to make the capital a symbol of security, but recent bombings have sown terror.
21 Sep 07
Events sponsored by the United Nations show that Afghans are hungry for peace.
19 Aug 07
Apart from a surprise admission that Pakistan has Taleban bases, long-awaited talks offer no solutions.
25 Jul 07
In Wardak, just 40 kilometres from Kabul, the Taleban are operating openly, terrorising residents and paralysing the government.
12 Jun 07
The young parliamentarian is unrepentant after her suspension for insulting her colleagues, and vows to continue her struggle.
24 May 07
Will the insurgent movement be crippled or energised by the killing of their battlefield leader, Mullah Dadullah?
3 Nov 06
Many investors turned off by spate of kidnappings and venal officials.