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Afghanistan

This page displays all Asia Society content on Afghanistan in reverse chronological order.

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An inside look at the Asia 21 Young Leaders Initiative.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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As the United States looks toward an 18th year of conflict in Afghanistan and Pakistan, a panel of experts asks: Have we learned nothing from history?
interview
On April 10, Asia Society Texas Center held a high-level public discussion with Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad for U.S. Foreign Policy in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Article
A look back at some of the New York center's most memorable events.
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Sonita was honored for her hip-hop advocacy to end child marriage in Afghanistan.
Article
Actor Dev Patel and musicians Wu Tong and Sonita Alizadeh were among the other honorees.
Blog Post
Ashraf Ghani discusses the Taliban insurgency and shares his thoughts on Donald Trump.
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Art historian Michael Henss traces Marco Polo's journey from Italy to the Far East.
Article
Anubhav Gupta writes that Trump's regional strategy for Afghanistan needs to grapple with the reasons the U.S. has failed to change Pakistan's behavior in the past.
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Ashraf Ghani and Fareed Zakaria discuss the prospects for peace and security in Afghanistan.
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Khawaja Muhammad Asif responds to criticism from President Trump and others that Pakistan is complicit in its neighbor's troubles.
Article
Khawaja Muhammed Asif says that despite President Trump's claims to the contrary, Pakistan is not responsible for Afghanistan's problems.
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Ashraf Ghani has a different view on Donald Trump than most world leaders.
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Ashraf Ghani says the Taliban are showing weakness and becoming "less and less popular."
Article
Speaking at Asia Society in New York, Ashraf Ghani played down recent gains by the Taliban insurgency.
Blog Post
Hassan Abbas argues that while few good options exist for dealing with the Central Asian country, the 45th president's approach is unlikely to make things better.