Sandy Gall is a Scottish journalist and author. He was a foreign correspondent for Reuters and ITN, and began reporting from Afghanistan in the early 1980s. He has written a number of books about the country. His latest is War Against the Taliban: Why It All Went Wrong in Afghanistan
Books by Sandy Gall
War Against the Taliban
by Sandy Gall
Published in 2012, War Against the Taliban, by the veteran British foreign correspondent Sandy Gall, assesses the challenges facing the country by interviewing Afghans of all stripes, from senior politicians to humble citizens, as well as Western diplomats and soldiers working in the country.
Interviews with Sandy Gall
The Best Books by Foreigners on Afghanistan, recommended by Sandy Gall
The veteran reporter and frequent visitor to Afghanistan tells us about the country he loves, and the Westerners (and Central Asian conqueror) who wrote engagingly about it.