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The Man with Afghanistan’s Fate in his Hands

Published by The Spectator, 26 May 2007 Dan McNeill, Nato’s commander in Kabul, tells Heidi Kingstone that even a ‘hard-bitten dude’ faces a struggle to make the liberated country function as an orderly society. Download the full article as a PDF. Visit Heidi Kingstone’s full archive on Scribd.

The Worst Refugee Crisis in the World

Published by the National Post, 10 March 2009 Heidi Kingstone reports on the impossible circumstances faced by thousands of Muslim refugees – the Rohingyas – in Bangladesh. Download this article as a PDF. Visit Heidi Kingstone’s archive on Scribd.

Political Deep Water

Published by The Spectator, 6 December 1997. Heidi Kingstone on the liquid that will cause the new Middle East crises, and it’s not oil. Download the article as a PDF. Visit Heidi Kingstone’s archive on Scribd.  

Karen Woo: Humanitarian Hero

Published by The Mail on Sunday, 26 September 2010 A powerfully moving interview by Heidi Kingstone with the fiance of the doctor shot dead in Afghanistan two weeks before their wedding. Download the article as a PDF. Visit Heidi Kingstone’s archive on Scribd.

The Spectator: Diary

Published by The Spectator, 21 February 2009 Heidi Kingstone’s experiences in Darfur, prior to the July 2009 election. Download this article as a PDF. Visit Heidi Kingstone’s archive on Scribd.

Afghan Chic

Published by The Middle East, July 2008 Afghanistan is understandably perhaps not the first country that you associate with modern design. For centuries women’s stories were woven into traditional carpets, and like those rugs, the country weaves its magic like threads of a carpet. It remains one of the most visually sumptuous, wholly unique and intriguing…
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