Megan K. Stack

author and journalist who has reported from Afghanistan and other countries in the region

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author and journalist who has reported from Afghanistan and other countries in the region

Megan K. Stack on KCRW

The U.S.

As Taliban declares Sharia law, how will other countries respond politically and financially to Afghanistan?

The U.S.

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Megan Stack thought she knew what she was in for
when she made her first trip to Saudi Arabia nearly four years ago. Aware of
the restricted world in which women lived, the Los…

Saudi Arabia through the Eyes of One Western Woman

Megan Stack thought she knew what she was in for when she made her first trip to Saudi Arabia nearly four years ago. Aware of the restricted world in which women lived, the Los…

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