- How international reporting has evolved in the digital age (Columbia Journalism Review)
- Nepal, once known for farming, now exports people (Washington Post)
- Nepal’s election puts Maoists, and a nation’s disillusion in spotlight (Washington Post)
- In Helmand province, training Afghan Local Police is a challenge (Washington Post)
- A Maoist in Manhattan: Nepal’s prime minister visits New York (Washington Post)
- After string of gay-friendly measures, Nepal aims to tap valuable tourist market (Washington Post)
- Nepal’s Maoists in limbo (Foreign Policy magazine)
- Long stalemate after Maoist victory disrupts life in Nepal (Washington Post)
- Policing Afghanistan – Why things won’t improve without more support for the Afghan police (The Atlantic)
- Back to the Afghan Future – The return of the Gurkhas (The Weekly Standard)
- High Noon in Helmand – British Gurkhas face their toughest battle in Afghanistan (The Kathmandu Post)
- The world through the lens of Anje Niedringhaus
- One million Rwandans left Zaire 1996. One photographer followed them.
- 11 powerful photos from the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide
- In this Nepali village, almost every family has a son or a daughter in the Middle East
- China is angry about Obama meeting the Dalai Lama. But the U.S. shouldn’t worry.
- A Nepali woman went to Kuwait with dreams. She came home in a coffin.
- Who was assassinated in Afghanistan in 2012?
- A guide to understanding what’s happening in Congo
- What life is like inside the tunnels of Gaza
- Why did Mumbai come to a standstill?
You can read more on WashingtonPost.com
- Egypt in Crisis
- Egyptian forces raid pro-Morsi camps
- Egypt death toll rises to record number
- Fierce clashes erupt across Egypt
- Trapped in Tragedy – Nepali workers in Afghanistan(The Week, Republica, Kathmandu)
- The National Bread of Afghanistan (theAtlantic.com)
- The Other War, Like No Other (The Week, Republica, Kathmandu)
- Helmand: A Nepalese View (theAtlantic.com)
- Lampson courts both Cowboys & Indians (published in The National Journal)
- Six years later, a murderer feels nothing (Won best story in Reporting & Writing course at Columbia J-school)
For my blog posts from Afghanistan (2009), see Dispatches from Afghanistan.