Iman Sultan is a writer and journalist on politics and culture. She grew up in Philadelphia and now resides in Karachi, Pakistan.
Since the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, the female experience has been placed under the media microscope. But how have Afghan women reacted to the group's return, and are there any silver linings to the embattled country's current state?
Book Club: Noor Naga's 'If an Egyptian Cannot Speak English' is a haunting, tragic novel about the dark and monstrous proportions identity crises can attain when they are not tended to.