About & Contact

I am a Kabul-based researcher and blogger.

Previously, I’ve worked as a researcher for an international human rights organization. I have served as the executive director of a Washington, DC-based foundation and assistant editor at Iran Times. I have written for the UN Foundation’s UN Dispatch,  contributed to the Soufan Gourp’s IntelBriefs series and blogged on the Huffington Post.

This blog primarily deals with human rights, development, security, nation-building, policy, democratization, the media and issues pertaining to Afghanistan (and sometimes Pakistan and Iran).


  • Email: Ahmad [dot] Shujaa [at] Gmail [dot] com
It should go without saying that this is a personal blog and all views expressed here are my own and do not reflect those of any of my employers.

16 responses to “About & Contact

  1. I’ve sent an email.
    Good luck in your job search and writing.

  2. Add Khaama Press, http://www.khaama.com in your website links.

  3. I, as an Afghan reader admit that your blog will absolutely help the readers know the real face of situations in Afghanistan! I have liked every post you wrote so far and am an all-time follower of this page. Peroz Bashie brother!

  4. Salam dear Admin team,
    Could you please advise me as how I can get my website link to your site?
    the site is http://www.afghanlinked.com

    looking forward to your reply

    • Siar,

      Thanks for the comment. If your website has a blog with content relevant to this one, I’d be happy to link.


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  11. I really enjoyed this review, thanks fo sharing 🙂 This book is now added to my list of “must reads”. I really appreciate the idea of putting a face on the people who have lived in Afghanistan during the conflict. I think for most people it’s easy to lose sight of the human side of war that is hidden in the statisitics.

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