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Wojciech Jagielski

Contributor

Wojciech Jagielski

Wojciech Jagielski recently left Poland's leading independent daily, Gazeta Wyborcza, after twenty-one years and has returned to the Polish Press Agency (PAP) where he began his career as a journalist, with plans to focus on analysis and long-form reportage from international conflict zones. He specializes in Africa, Central Asia, the Trans-Caucasus, and the Caucasus. He has been witness to some of the most important political events of the end of the twentieth century and is a permanent observer of developments in Afghanistan. He is the recipient of the Dariusz Fikus Award, one of Poland's most prestigious awards for excellence in journalism.

Articles by Wojciech Jagielski

Peshawar
By Wojciech Jagielski
I liked Peshawar. I preferred it to hot, racing Rawalpindi, or grand, haughty Islamabad. I think I preferred it to any other city in the world. Indolent in the autumn sun, it was the perfect place for…
Translated from Polish by Antonia Lloyd-Jones