National Herald, 13 July 2021 AAN research on rural women is quoted in this opinion piece in the Indian daily: Afghanistan Analysts Network, in a study ‘Between Hope and Fear: Rural Afghan women talk about peace and war’, narrates the happenings in large parts of the country on Afghan women activists’ unrelenting and articulate push […]
n-tv, 13 July 2021 A quote from AAN’s Thomas Ruttig in this article on the website of the German commercial TV broadcaster about the increasing number of Afghans trying to leave the country: Die Zahl der vor Gewalt fliehenden Menschen steigt Beobachtern zufolge wieder an. Gebildete versuchten, über Stipendien oder durch Investitionen in Nachbarländer oder […]
The Sun (US), 11 July 2021 A short quote from AAN’s Kate Clark made it into a British broadsheet: “There is a real sense of foreboding,” says Kate Clark, director of the Afghanistan Analysts Network.
The Sunday Times, 11 July 2021 Kate Clark from AAN is quoted here on the current situation in Afghanistan (article behind paywall): There is a real sense of foreboding,” says Kate Clark, director of the Afghanistan Analysts Network, which has monitored the fall of more than a third of …
Jornal N (Portugal), 11 July 2021 AAN’s Thomas Ruttig is quoted in this article about the Taleban’s attempts to present a moderate(d) face to the Afghan population: «Eles querem mesmo mostrar-se como o futuro Governo, a trabalhar a favor do povo», considera Thomas Ruttig, fundador e co-diretor da Afghanistan Analysts Network, ao Nascer do SOL. […]
Süddeutsche Zeitung (Munich), 9 July 2021 AAN’s Obaid Ali is quoted In this article in one of the leading German dailies, about the Taleban offensive in northern Afghanistan: Dass die Taliban sich nun stark auf diese Region fokussierten, habe damit zu tun, dass sie “die Bildung einer zweiten Nordallianz verhindern wollen”, sagt Obaid Ali, Forscher […]
The New Humanitarian, 9 July 2021 The former UN – now independent – news service put AAN research into their “on the radar” category: On our radar Rural Afghan women on peace, war, and ‘our role in society’ Greater freedom, better education, more control over their lives – the push for women’s rights doesn’t stop […]
Tasks & Purposes, 9 July 2021 AAN research on corruption in Afghanistan is quoted in this analysis in the US military magazine: “Corruption in government has not been checked,” a report from the Afghanistan Analysts Network said recently. “That has fatally weakened the effectiveness and morale of those on the front line… As always in Afghanistan, it […]
nd (Berlin), 9 July 2021 The German daily quotes AAN’s Ali Adili: »Zweifellos haben die Taliban viel Terrain erobert, im Norden, im Westen«, sagt dem »nd« Ali Yawar Adili, der in Kabul als Country Director des Afghanistan Analysts Network (AAN) arbeitet. Aber die Situation sei »volatil« und ändere sich ständig. In der Provinz Herat, in […]
ToloNews, 8 July 2021 The leading Afghan news website reports AAN’s latest special report, ‘Between Hope and Fear. Rural Afghan women talk about peace and war’ and quotes Kabul colleague Khadija Hussaini who contributed, on both its English and Dari language website, saying: AAN findings indicate that the women in remote regions of Afghanistan have […]
Christian Science Monitor, 8 July 2021 The US online publication extensively refers to recent AAN research on rural Afghan women: According to a new survey by the Afghanistan Analysts Network (AAN), rural women are very concerned about retaining the civic rights that they have gained since a U.S.-led invasion ousted the Taliban two decades ago. […]
France 24, 8 July 2021 Watch a TV debate on the French public international broadcaster, including AAN’s Ali Yawar Adili.