Carlotta Gall covered Afghanistan and Pakistan for the New York Times from 2001 to 2011. She has since continued covering Middle East events as the New York Times correspondent in Tunisia and currently is based in Turkey. Carlotta has recently contributed to coverage of the end of the U.S. and international coalition’s presence in Afghanistan, writing a series of insightful articles. In this conversation, Carlotta shares a unique perspective on the 20 years of war. This program was presented in partnership with the Brown School and IPH’s Center for Human Rights, Gender & Migration along with the Brown School’s Center for Violence and Injury Prevention; Clark-Fox Policy Institute; Committee for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion; Office of Global Programs; and Washington University’s Social Policy Institute.