September 13, 2021
9/11 and Asia: Two Decades Later
By Diplomat Risk Intelligence
August 30, 2021
US Aims Start to Bali Bombing War Crimes Case at Guantanamo
By Ben Fox
April 29, 2021
The Taliban’s Difficult Pledge
By Obaidullah Baheer
September 24, 2020
Could the Islamic State – Khorasan Province Be the Next Chapter of Global Terrorism?
By Arian Sharifi
August 10, 2020
The Taliban Say They Have No Foreign Fighters. Is That True?
By Franz J. Marty
March 08, 2017
Al-Qaeda and Islamic State Take Aim at China
By Uran Botobekov
April 15, 2016
Is al-Qaeda Back in Afghanistan?
By Catherine Putz
July 20, 2012
Do Drone Strikes on al-Qaida Make Us Safer?
Moral or immoral, do drone strikes work? Sean M. Lynn-Jones weighs the evidence.
February 19, 2010
Last Shot in Afghanistan
The Diplomat speaks with Fabrice Pothier, director of Carnegie Europe, about the security situation in Afghanistan, talking with the Taliban and the prospects for stability once US-led forces withdraw.
February 15, 2010
Talking with the Taliban
As US-led forces engage in a major offensive in Afghanistan’s Helmand Province, commentators in Pakistan are still taking stock of the London conference and what it could mean for the role their country plays in their neighbour’s stability. Mustafa Qadri reports that many believe the road to such stability and security will inevitably run through Pakistan–and to the Taliban.
February 05, 2010
The ‘Good’ Taliban Myth
If the London Conference on Afghanistan held last week demonstrated anything, it is that it’s only a matter of time until India loses whatever strategic leverage it previously enjoyed compared with Pakistan in the country.