Pamela Constable

Pamela Constable, staff writer at the Washington Post, has reported frequently from Afghanistan since 1998. She was Kabul bureau chief from 2002 to 2004. Her books include Fragments of Grace: My Search For Meaning in the Strife of South Asia (2004).

April 2007, Volume 18, Issue 2

A Wake-Up Call in Afghanistan

Much has been achieved both in the war against the Taliban and in the larger struggle to create a democratic Afghanistan, but dire problems remain.

January 2001, Volume 12, Issue 1

Pakistan’s Predicament

The military regime of General Musharraf has been less repressive than many had feared, but there is little sign that it is overcoming the deep-seated problems that led to the failure of Pakistani democracy.