Fahim Masoud is a recent graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, where he studied history and politics. Prior to immigrating to the United States, he worked as a linguist and cultural adviser for the United States Army in Afghanistan for 18 months. At Washington University, Fahim was a member of the Merle Kling Undergraduate Honors Fellowship and published a paper on the "Economic Rise of China and its Implications for the United States."

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Author Archive | Fahim Masoud

The Tragedy of Orlando

06.16.16
  • The Travesty of Justice

    05.04.16
  • Can China Sustain its Course of Economic Development?

    11.08.15
  • Ismail Khan, Former Warlord, on ISIS, Afghan Governance, and His Country’s Future

    10.21.15
  • Remembering Ahmad Shah Massoud

    09.09.15
  • Afghanistan: Normalization of Pain

    08.31.15
  • The View from an Afghan Taxi Driver

    08.28.15
  • Afghanistan’s Future: Interview with Amrullah Saleh

    08.26.15
  • The Almost Indomitable Islamic State

    08.06.15
  • Thoughts on the Murder of Farkhunda Malikzada

    03.30.15
  • The Tragedy of Our Decade

    02.21.15
  • Seven Important Questions Regarding the Push for Democracy in Hong Kong

    10.05.14
  • Can China Become the Next Superpower?

    09.13.14
  • Review of Carlotta Gall’s ‘The Wrong Enemy’

    08.05.14
  • A Conversation with Farshid Hakimyar

    04.29.14
  • Afghanistan’s Day of Truth

    04.06.14
  • Marshal Fahim’s Death will not Affect Afghan Stability

    03.14.14
  • Central Asia: A Region of Strategic Importance to China

    03.12.14
  • The Case for the Staying in Afghanistan

    02.27.14
  • A New Great Game in Central Asia?

    02.20.14
  • Afghan Artist Meena Saifi Explains her Craft

    02.10.14
  • Europe in a Globalized World

    02.09.14
  • The Coming Collapse of China

    02.02.14
  • Making Sense of the Recent Suicide Attack in Kabul

    01.26.14