Peace, Politics, & Afghanistan’s Next President
By Ezzatullah Mehrdad
Afghanistan's presidential race heats up amid peace talks with Taliban insurgents.
Despite Security Threats, Afghans Went to the Polls
By Ahmad Shah Katawazai
Afghanistan successfully held its parliamentary elections last weekend amid security threats .
Why Are Afghanistan’s Elections Crucial?
By Noah Coburn
How this week’s parliamentary elections will reshape Afghanistan’s political future.
Ashraf Ghani and a Game of Fiefdoms
By Shawn Snow
Is the president being too ambitious in his effort to end corruption in Afghanistan?
The Top Ten Stories in South Asia, 2014
By Alyssa Ayres
A look at the events in 2014 likely to have the most lasting impact on the region and beyond.
10 Priorities for Afghanistan’s New President
By Tamim Asey
Now that a power-sharing deal has been done, these are the most urgent tasks for the new government.
Interview: Carlotta Gall
By Sanjay Kumar
Carlotta Gall on her book The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan, 2001-2014. and the future of a troubled region.
The Future of Afghanistan
By Shannon Tiezzi
Interview: Andrew Wilder on the recent elections in Afghanistan and how to secure the country post-2014
Afghanistan's Election Tipping Point
By Ankit Panda
Allegations of fraud could destabilize Afghanistan at a critical juncture in its history.
Post-Election Afghanistan to Repeat History?
By Arif Sahar
Given history and political realities, coalition building could play a major role in Afghanistan in the coming months.
Afghanistan Presidential Run-Off Vote to Take Place on June 14
By Ankit Panda
Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani will participate in a run-off vote for the Afghan presidency on June 14.
Afghan Election Runoff: Calling Obama and Karzai
By Akmal Dawi
The runoff faces security and political risks. The two rivals should cooperate in avoiding them.