W hen the Taliban took power in Afghanistan, the US which had occupied the country for two decades froze 7 billion dollars worth of Afghan assets. Unable to access foreign assets, the Afghan banking system. . .
(Excerpt from a statement dated 20 August 2021) As a collective of Muslim women including academics, scholars, activists, researchers, creatives and analysts from various parts of the globe, we have observed the advance of the. . .
AISA Statement AISA- Karnataka in coordination with Afghan students studying in Bangalore held a dialogue to understand the situation and problems that students are facing after the humanitarian crisis erupting in Afghanistan post the Taliban. . .
(Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan - RAWA - is one of the oldest Afghan feminist organisations, which has consistently resisted US occupation as well as feudal and fanatic forces in Afghan society including. . .
In Their Struggle for Freedom and Democracy Against Imperialist Interference and Oppressive Taliban Rule (A statement and call for solidarity actions signed by democratic groups across India) The end of a twenty year old US. . .
The US ended its two decade long occupation with what amounts to a transfer of power to the Taliban. What are the implications of these developments, and what are our obligations as Indian citizens towards. . .
The exit of American forces from Afghanistan, the concomitant collapse of the US-backed regime headed by Ashraf Ghani and takeover by the Taliban, which should really be called a negotiated transfer of power by the. . .