Investing in Afghanistan’s mineral wealth wouldn’t cure everything that ails the long-suffering country. But it would certainly be a good start.
ISIS-K wants to undermine any Afghan peace prospects. To achieve this, ISIS-K relies on a strategy of intimidation and division.
Detailing the abusive practice of Bacha Bazi – or ‘dancing boys’ – in Afghanistan.
Though there’s a lot more work to be done before peace and stability reigns in Afghanistan, the recent US-Taliban deal is an important step in the right direction.
Is Islamic State a spent force or a globe-spanning “al-Qaeda on steroids”?
The publishing of the Afghanistan Papers, a trove of documents documenting the Afghan war, by Washington Post is the latest piece in an intricate puzzle of attempting to understand a decade-long and seemingly unending …
Some of the historical context underpinning Russia’s post-peace talks involvement in Afghanistan.
Bad news is emanating from Afghanistan in a near-constant stream, and much of it is very familiar.
Zac and Nick discuss what the United States achieved in Afghanistan and how regional interests are primed to reassert themselves once the US military leaves.
With a US pullout likely, regional players are scrambling to shore up their long-term interests in Afghanistan. This article examines the military and economic objectives driving Russia’s foreign policy there.