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Former principal from college in Peshawar calls on government to invest in liberal education.
Author Bette Dam portrays Hamid Karzai as a pragmatic leader who differed with the U.S. over key issues but helped stabilize his war-ravaged country. More
Students enjoying the winter sun by the tennis court.
A student on the veranda.
Student enjoying a bonfire during a retreat.
The Shalimar Quad inside Edwardes College.
Cricket matches attracted noisy student spectators.
Principal Robin Brooke-Smith talking to students wearing the distinct green blazers of Edwardes College.
Candlelit dinner for students and teachers.
Welcoming spring with kites.
Edwardes College is located in the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar. Like other liberal institutions of higher learning, the school has faced opposition from radical clerics. Robin Brooke-Smith, author and a former principal of the college, took these pictures in 2000.
The next Afghan leader will be taking charge of a country that has evolved remarkably in recent years, but his success will depend on healing the wounds of factionalism and lawlessness. More
Residents in Pakistan’s northwestern tribal areas have strongly criticized the country’s military operations there, claiming that civilians have suffered most. More
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