Auteur américano-afghane, Nasrine Gross est membre de Negar-Soutiens aux femmes d’Afghanistan, une organisation féministe défendant les droits des femmes afghanes, et présidente et fondatrice du Roqia Center for Women’s Rights, Studies and Education.
For Afghans, the United States is a determining element in its reconstruction. Washington has released them from crime, poverty and from being a shelter for terrorists. But, Afghans are worried about the reduction of troops and the economic assistances. Afghans see their country as a patient who has just had several transplants and, therefore, must be in a recovery room, not in the streets.
The reduction of American troops could inspire the Talibans and Al Qaeda. Unfortunately, if (...)