Stefanie Glinski, Foreign Policy

Stefanie Glinski

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Past articles by Stefanie:

Erdogan’s Turkey Faces a Growing Exodus Ahead of Elections

Fed up with the economy and a political crackdown, young Turks are increasingly looking abroad to find their futures. → Read More

Russian Collaborators, Sympathizers Abound in Ukraine

A year after the invasion, Ukraine is riddled with Russian collaborators and sympathizers. → Read More

A year after the Taliban takeover, Afghanistan searches for glimmers of hope amid poverty and fear

Violence and corruption are on the wane in Afghanistan, comparatively speaking. But the country is still struggling with poverty and a lack of hope. → Read More

One Year Later, Afghanistan Is a Land of Shrugs and Sadness

The return of the Taliban may have ended the fighting. The suffering goes on. → Read More

Taliban Wage War Over Coal in Northern Afghanistan

The battle for cash pits the Kabul extremists against Hazara locals. → Read More

Germany Is Displacing Afghan Refugees to Make Way for Ukrainians

Hundreds of Afghans who fled the Taliban have been evicted as an even larger flood of Ukrainian war refugees arrive. → Read More

Taliban Struggle to Maintain Unity Six Months Into Their Reign

“People don’t trust us yet, but we’re working on it,” one Taliban commander said. → Read More

Under Taliban, Afghanistan Has No Money and Few Prospects

Without urgent assistance, nearly the entire country could sink into poverty, the United Nations Development Program warns. → Read More

Afghanistan Returns to Life Under the Taliban

A few weeks after militants took over Kabul and the country, Afghanistan has gone back to a past it didn’t miss. → Read More

Palestinians Find Unity in Rubble of Israel-Hamas War

The 11-day conflict between Israel and Hamas has unified disparate Palestinian enclaves. → Read More

Israel Greets New Coalition Government Under Naftali Bennett

The “change government” of Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid promises little real change—other than an end to Netanyahu. → Read More

Another drought looms. Is Afghanistan better prepared?

The last major drought to hit Afghanistan offers a blueprint of the dangers ahead – and the pitfalls of a short-term aid response. → Read More

Feeling Abandoned by Kabul, Many Rural Afghans Flock to Join the Taliban

“My hope is with the Taliban,” said one new recruit who has known only war and broken promises. → Read More

Afghanistan’s missing coronavirus patients: Women

Far fewer Afghan women are testing positive for the coronavirus, but health worker infections are soaring. → Read More

Locusts complete triad of humanitarian threats facing Iran

On top of floods and the COVID-19 pandemic, locust swarms are threatening farms and food. Iran says sanctions are thwarting its response plans. → Read More

Food prices soar under coronavirus threat in Afghanistan

Spring was meant to bring relief to Afghans facing a winter of hunger. Instead, it brings rising prices as borders shut and food supplies slow. → Read More

U.S.-Taliban Peace Deal Under Threat From Renewed Violence

Airstrikes against Taliban forces threaten to undermine a pact that may be already coming apart. → Read More

Underfunded and at war, Afghanistan scrambles to contain coronavirus

A health system wracked by years of conflict is on the front lines of preventing a ‘catastrophe’ as global Covid-19 cases surge. → Read More

US-Iran tensions fuel Afghan returns

Conflict and disasters drive humanitarian needs in Afghanistan, but so do returning refugees and migrants coming home to a country at war. → Read More

In Afghanistan, Religious Schools Are a Breeding Ground for Islamic State Influence

Countless madrassas are said to be funded by Gulf sources associated with the spread of extremist Salafist views. → Read More