Narratives

Narratives are feature stories of Reporterly. Through the Narratives section, we provide our audience with in-depth and long feature stories of Afghanistan’s politics, society, culture, security and economy.

Several Parties are Okay with the “Interim Government” Idea.  How Reasonable is it for Afghanistan?
Several Parties are Okay with the “Interim Government” Idea. How Reasonable is it for Afghanistan?

Modification of the electoral system whilst replacement of the Commissioners, the conduction of the Loya Jirga...

15 Nov 2018
An ‘Undeclared War’ with no Winners? Ghani on Why Neither Afghanistan Nor Pakistan are Benefiting from Violence
An ‘Undeclared War’ with no Winners? Ghani on Why Neither Afghanistan Nor Pakistan are Benefiting from Violence

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has said that the “undeclared war” between Afghanistan and Pakistan...

15 Nov 2018
From Within: The Ground Realities of Jaghori, Malistan, and Uruzgan Khas
From Within: The Ground Realities of Jaghori, Malistan, and Uruzgan Khas

The advisor to president on conflict resolution, Asadulllah Fallah, admits that security in...

14 Nov 2018
Awakened Community: How an Unexpected Protest Lit Up at the Heart of Kabul
Awakened Community: How an Unexpected Protest Lit Up at the Heart of Kabul

All the young people who had common pain at the bottom of their hearts for losing their loved...

12 Nov 2018
Challenges of 2019 Presidential Elections: Why Electoral Observers Demand a Hassle-Free Elections?
Challenges of 2019 Presidential Elections: Why Electoral Observers Demand a Hassle-Free Elections?

The presidential candidates' registration will start on January 14 and will continue until the January 29 2019...

6 Nov 2018
From Parliamentary Elections to Afghanistan’s Reconciliation Process: 7 Key Points from NSA Mohib’s Talks with BBC Hardtalk
24 Oct 2018
Kandahar Elections: Cases of Discrimination Against Women and Unimpressive Voter Registration
Kandahar Elections: Cases of Discrimination Against Women and Unimpressive Voter Registration

Kandahar has a population of 2059182, but according to an IEC report, only 522984 people have registered to vote...

15 Oct 2018
Surge in Candidate-Targeted Terror Attacks: 5 months, 36 security incidents and 8 dead candidates
Surge in Candidate-Targeted Terror Attacks: 5 months, 36 security incidents and 8 dead candidates

Since the beginning of the registration process for Afghan parliamentary elections in April this year, more than 36 security incidents

14 Oct 2018
Electoral Deadlock in Ghazni: A Compromise with Laws?
Electoral Deadlock in Ghazni: A Compromise with Laws?

The Second Vice President, Sarwar Danish, has called on the people and elders of Ghazni province to submit a joint

10 Oct 2018
In a Great Stride for Transparent Elections, Electoral Observers Receive Funding
In a Great Stride for Transparent Elections, Electoral Observers Receive Funding

Last week in an interview with Khabarnama, electoral observer bodies expressed that they could not...

8 Oct 2018
An Election with No Observers: The Case of Dearth of Funds for Observers
An Election with No Observers: The Case of Dearth of Funds for Observers

The existence and absence of these institutions, in my opinion, will not have a significant impact on elections...

4 Oct 2018
The Happenings at Zakhilwal’s House: Pashtun Politicians’ Struggle for Single Nominee
The Happenings at Zakhilwal’s House: Pashtun Politicians’ Struggle for Single Nominee

Seven potential Pashtun candidates for Afghanistan's upcoming presidential election held their second meeting on Thursday September 20th, at the House

2 Oct 2018
Untold Stories: Matiullah Qudrat, Rescuing a city by neutralizing 70 mines in a single mission
Untold Stories: Matiullah Qudrat, Rescuing a city by neutralizing 70 mines in a single mission

Matiullah was the eldest son of the family and, after his father’ death was leading...

1 Oct 2018