Columnist 


Ehsan Azari Stanizai



About the Author


Ehsan Azari Stanizai is an Adjunct Fellow with the Writing & Society Research Group, University of Western Sydney.

Columns

Afghan election soap opera turns tearjerker

Ballot staffing on the sides of both contenders is undeniable; if the unconstitutional threats of Abdullah remains unconstrained, the situation may spill over into an internecine civil war...

Gathering fog on Afghan horizons

Afghanistan's ground realities and political history suggest that if a run-off takes place or a back stage deal wins Abdullah the presidency; he will be unable to deliver. ...

Afghanistan awaits a visionary leader

If Abdullah Abdullah, a blue-eyed boy of the American media wins the election, he will, no doubt, stir a new wave of ideologically motivated anti-Pashtun sectarianism in Afghanistan....

Partition of Afghanistan can spell disaster for Pakistan

Partition of Afghanistan could have an adverse impact on Pakistan which may turn its own Pashtun Taleban into a Baloch-like separatist movement for forming a greater Pashtunistan...