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 India’s foreign policy there.
In this latest round of Taliban talks, will the United States repeat historical mistakes or manage to overcome them?
Ignored by a midterm obsessed mainstream media, Afghanistan continues its slow but steady deterioration.
Examining some possible scenarios should NATO forces completely withdraw from Afghanistan in 2014.
Here's some background on the direct US-Taliban negotiations that are set to commence in Doha.
It's a dizzying time for anyone trying to keep track of militant groups in Pakistan. Over the past two years, ever smaller groups keep appearing; as they do, they focus on more specific kinds of attacks.
It seems that Afghan and NATO authorities are once more seeking a dialogue with the Taliban- even after last year’s debacle of being fooled by a ‘very clever’ Pakistani shopkeeper pretending to be a Taliban official.
A US official has raised the alarm on Iran’s “negative influence” in Afghanistan.
This week’s drama concerning General McChrystal is just one of many signs pointing to trouble for NATO forces in Afghanistan.
'Out-of-the-box' CIA think tank proposes concerns over women's rights, fear of terrorism as ways to boost support for Afghan war.