Jean MacKenzie is a Kabul-based reporter.
Jean MacKenzie is a journalist based in Kabul, Afghanistan. She's a contributor to The GroundTruth Project's series on the war in Afghanistan, titeled Foreverstan.
What the fall of Kunduz tells us about Afghanistan’s current reality.
Read on, you'll see why.
For one thing, Afghan forces are struggling to keep the Taliban from taking it over.
A newspaper closed, an editor arrested, protests popping up in the capital, all over an article that almost no one has seen. What gives?
In other words, it ain’t working.
American TV comedians are finding the lighter side of chaos, destruction and death.
But maybe we don’t want to hear the answers.
Three Afghan soldiers vanished from Cape Cod and turned up at the Canadian border at Niagara Falls. Afghanistan's future is still AWOL.
President Barack Obama laid out a four-point plan to 'destroy' the Islamic State. The extremists are likely hearing he has zero points. Here's a closer look.
With NATO, Iran, reluctant Mideast allies and Kurdish separatist rebels, what could go wrong?
The pros and cons of an intervention that would likely benefit a president the US has sworn to bring down.