Abdul Rashid Dostum

The "Homeland" icon also talks his new movie "12 Strong" and his role on "Legion" Season 2.
Afghanistan faces its first review in 20 years under the UN Convention Against Torture at a session in Geneva next week.
"Western soldiers will no longer be dying on a daily basis and, frankly, who will care any more about the deaths of Afghans after 2014? Can we honestly believe that, in this likely scenario, combating the abuse of poor children will be a priority?"
A suicide bomber killed my old friend, Professor Burhanuddin Rabbani, former president of Afghanistan, last week in Kabul, shaking his war-scarred nation to its core.
For Karzai, General Doostam is the only person who can break the unity of the north. And so against the wishes of the U.S. and Turkey, General Doostam came back to Afghanistan.
The Bush-era idea that terrorism is a problem to be dealt with through invasion and occupation of foreign lands has led us down a path that ends with our morally culpability for the behavior of a narco-state flush with cash from the opium trade and U.S. taxpayer dollars.
KABUL -- A notorious Afghan warlord accused of allowing the murder of hundreds, if not thousands, of prisoners and then destroying
Karzai's approval rating has dropped 60% since he's taken office. Afghans are tired of the corruption and lack of leadership. They loath the warlords who, quite frankly, belong in the Hague not in his cabinet.
The campaign will be uphill -- Ghani polled at 4 percent in May, and Karzai's closest competitor, Abdullah Abdullah, garnered
DASHT-E LEILI, Afghanistan -- Seven years ago, a convoy of container trucks rumbled across northern Afghanistan loaded with