Afghanistan

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U.S. Diplomacy: A Dangerous Proposal

  • Media’s Mix-Up of ISIS Branches Fuels ISIS’s Terrorism

  • Why Stopping Islamic State’s Afghan Operation Means Tackling the Taliban

  • ‘From Chaos and Caliphate’

  • Is the Taliban in Transition?

  • The Apotheosis of Central Asia?

  • The Travesty of Justice

    05.04.16
  • Offshoring Justice: David Hicks, Australia and the UN Human Rights Committee

  • The Taliban Winter Offensive Bodes Ill for Afghanistan’s Future

  • Geopolitics Behind the War on Terror

  • Why the American Mission Stalled in Afghanistan

  • Ismail Khan, Former Warlord, on ISIS, Afghan Governance, and His Country’s Future

    10.21.15
  • Remembering Ahmad Shah Massoud

    09.09.15
  • Afghanistan: Normalization of Pain

    08.31.15
  • The View from an Afghan Taxi Driver

    08.28.15
  • Afghanistan’s Future: Interview with Amrullah Saleh

    08.26.15
  • How the Arrival of ISIS Further Complicates Afghanistan

  • Afghanistan or Syria? How Foreign Jihadists Decide Where to Go

  • Toward A New Foreign Policy

  • Iran, Like the Rest, is Not Blameless

    06.17.15
  • The Clinton Doctrine

  • A Day in the Life of a Rule of Law Advisor

    04.17.15
  • An Afghan-American Perspective on the Killing of Farkhunda

    03.31.15
  • Thoughts on the Murder of Farkhunda Malikzada

    03.30.15
  • The Tragedy of Our Decade

    02.21.15
  • A Post-NATO Afghanistan will be Messy

    01.24.15
  • RIP R2P

  • Is the Peshawar Attack a “Game Changer”?

    12.25.14
  • Igor Rodionov, 1936-2014: Soldier, Scapegoat, Minister, Hard-Liner and Reformer, All at Once

    12.19.14
  • The CIA ‘Torture Report’: A Blow to U.S. Allies?

    12.16.14
  • Is China Afghanistan’s New Best Friend?

  • ISIS: Nation, Terrorists or a Strategy?

  • Afghan End Game

    11.03.14
  • Technocrats: Pakistan’s Last Hope

  • How to Rebuild Afghanistan

  • BRICS and the SCO: Let A Thousand Poles Bloom

  • It’s time for Muslim Nations to take the Lead

    10.03.14
  • Foreign Policy, Lord Palmerston & Appendectomies

  • False Solutions: the Islamic State, the Kurds and Generational War

  • Review of Carlotta Gall’s ‘The Wrong Enemy’

    08.05.14