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Afghans Go to Polls Saturday Amid Surge in Violence
September 27, 2019

Afghans Go to Polls Saturday Amid Surge in Violence

By Associated Press
Is Afghanistan ready for its upcoming elections?
US Exit from Afghanistan: The Pakistan Factor
September 17, 2019

US Exit from Afghanistan: The Pakistan Factor

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from M. Nazif Shahrani

Trump's US-Taliban Move Pushes Afghans Toward Fragile Vote
September 10, 2019

Trump's US-Taliban Move Pushes Afghans Toward Fragile Vote

By Cara Anna
The September 28 election couldn’t happen at a more difficult time.

20 Dead in Attack on Office of Afghan President Ghani's Running Mate
July 30, 2019

20 Dead in Attack on Office of Afghan President Ghani's Running Mate

By Rahim Faiez
On the first day of the Afghan campaign season, gunmen attacked the Kabul office of VP candidate Amrullah Saleh.

Uzbekistan Focused on Developing Trade with Afghanistan
July 29, 2019

Uzbekistan Focused on Developing Trade with Afghanistan

By Umida Hashimova
Tashkent’s intentions have swiftly moved toward actions when it comes to increasing trade cooperation with Afghanistan.
Ghani’s Missed Opportunity: The Hazara Enlightenment Movement
July 26, 2019

Ghani’s Missed Opportunity: The Hazara Enlightenment Movement

By Sayed Ziafatullah Saeedi
One of Ghani’s mistakes in office was his confrontation with the Enlightenment Movement.

Ghani’s Visit to Pakistan: Questions to Answer
June 27, 2019

Ghani’s Visit to Pakistan: Questions to Answer

By Halimullah Kousary
The Afghan president is visiting Islamabad with renewed hope but also caution.
Russia's Falling Out With Kabul
June 06, 2019

Russia's Falling Out With Kabul

By Samuel Ramani
Russia's embrace of the Taliban is increasingly coming at the expense of Afghan President Ghani's government.

How Afghanistan’s Judiciary Lost Its Independence
June 05, 2019

How Afghanistan’s Judiciary Lost Its Independence

By Sayed Ziafatullah Saeedi
For reasons both structural and political, the Afghan Supreme Court has turned into a de facto ally of the president.

What Happened to the Afghan-Led, Afghan-Owned Peace Talks?
May 30, 2019

What Happened to the Afghan-Led, Afghan-Owned Peace Talks?

By Monish Tourangbam and Nandita Palrecha
Talks continue without Kabul; meanwhile, the Afghan government struggles with questions of legitimacy at the top.

Afghan President Convenes Grand Council, Hoping for Consensus on Taliban Talks
April 30, 2019

Afghan President Convenes Grand Council, Hoping for Consensus on Taliban Talks

By Kathy Gannon
The Loya Jirga is supposed to forge unity in a divided Afghanistan, but it may just underline existing fissures.
The Afghan Endgame: What, When, and How
April 15, 2019

The Afghan Endgame: What, When, and How

By Daud Khattak
As Doha gears up for another round of Taliban talks, hope and despair are both in the air.

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