|John writes for TIME Magazine. His reporting can be found here: TIME.com.|
Three Days in Afghanistan: The Making of a War Reporter
Can the U.S. Leave Behind “Afghan-Sustainable” Military Bases?
Afghans Without Americans: A Preview of Soldiering When the U.S. Withdraws
Afghanistan’s Insider War Against the U.S.: A Matter of No Trust
Unfriendly Fire: Can the U.S. and NATO Prevent ‘Green on Blue’ Attacks in Afghanistan?
Hidden in Afghanistan: Soviet Veterans of a Previous War Compare and Tremble
Extreme Tourism: Couch Surfing Arrives in Afghanistan
In Afghanistan, Learning to Use Facebook to Protest
Traumatic Brain Injury: Hidden Peril of U.S. Soldiers in Combat
On the Ground in Afghanistan, a Taliban Whose Momentum Seems Anything but Broken
How Afghanistan's Deadly Deep Freeze Means Trouble After Things Thaw
Afghan Counterinsurgency: When Everything Is Personal
The Limits of the Surge: Petraeus' Legacy in Afghanistan
Whatever Happened to the Civilian Surge in Afghanistan?
From Afghan taxi-driver to Paralympian
Life in Kabul 10 years since Operation Enduring Freedom
Uncommon attacks target Shiite Muslims
CNN's BackStory interviewed John on his coverage of the Ashura bombing, linked here: CNN BackStory.