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What Washington’s Afghanistan Withdrawal Means for Southeast Asia
August 20, 2021

What Washington’s Afghanistan Withdrawal Means for Southeast Asia

By John Harley Breen
The haphazard withdrawal will likely reinforce long-standing queries about the strength of U.S. commitments in the region.

US Aims for 4,500 Troops in Afghanistan by November
September 10, 2020

US Aims for 4,500 Troops in Afghanistan by November

By Catherine Putz
CENTCOM Commander McKenzie told reporters U.S. withdrawal plans aim for 4,500 troops in Afghanistan on a “October, late October, November time frame.”
Trump: US to Keep 8,600 Troops in Afghanistan After Deal With Taliban
August 30, 2019

Trump: US to Keep 8,600 Troops in Afghanistan After Deal With Taliban

By Ankit Panda
The count would put U.S. force levels at 200 over where they were when Obama left office.

The Taliban’s Unity of Purpose
March 14, 2014

The Taliban’s Unity of Purpose

By Asim Yousafzai
A lack of harmony between Pakistan and Afghanistan supports the militants’ unity of purpose.

The Dream of Peace in Afghanistan
March 11, 2014

The Dream of Peace in Afghanistan

With a new era about to begin, the international community must help Afghanistan find peace.

India and Pakistan: Competition or Cooperation in Afghanistan?
March 06, 2014

India and Pakistan: Competition or Cooperation in Afghanistan?

By Ram Mashru
As the international military presence winds down, the dynamics of the Indo-Af-Pak triangle will certainly change.

Why Russia is Worried About the “Zero Option” in Afghanistan
August 13, 2013

Why Russia is Worried About the “Zero Option” in Afghanistan

As the withdrawal approaches, Moscow’s own experience tells it to fear the potential for regional chaos.

Saving Afghanistan’s Economy: The 1818 Model
August 12, 2013

Saving Afghanistan’s Economy: The 1818 Model

The early U.S. experience may offer an idea for avoiding the crash that looks likely in Afghanistan post-2014.

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