Moh Sayed Madadi

Moh Sayed Madadi is an alumnus of the American University of Afghanistan, now a graduate student at Stanford University's Ford Dorsey Program in International Policy Studies.

He was previously a Fulbright Graduate Scholar at New York University and a Hurford Fellow at the National Endowment for Democracy.

War & Conflict

In Afghanistan, terrorism can't win over tolerance

AUAF and institutions like it are at the forefront of the war on terror, fighting theoretical foundations of extremism.

Human Rights

Children bear brunt of Afghan conflict

Aid workers fear long-term impact of violent trauma on young boys recruited as combatants by both sides in Afghanistan.


Afghanistan's stability torn between two men

After allegations of widespread fraud, Afghan runoff poll has split emerging fragile democracy between two contenders.


Ethnic loyalty declines in Afghan politics

Politicians are putting aside ancient rivalries to form political teams that reflect the country’s diversity.