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China’s Belt and Road Meets Trump’s Afghanistan Plan
December 21, 2017

China’s Belt and Road Meets Trump’s Afghanistan Plan

By Yu Fu
Could China play the good cop while the U.S. plays the bad cop?
Trump’s Afghanistan Plan: Old Wine in a New Bottle
August 23, 2017

Trump’s Afghanistan Plan: Old Wine in a New Bottle

By Uzair Younus
The quagmire in Afghanistan continues under a new administration bent on bombing its way to victory.

Whatever the New US Strategy in Afghanistan, It Can't Succeed Without China
June 21, 2017

Whatever the New US Strategy in Afghanistan, It Can't Succeed Without China

By Daud Khattak
Without China's buy-in, any attempt to mediate between Afghanistan and Pakistan is doomed.

Should the US Support China's Security Role in Afghanistan?
March 14, 2017

Should the US Support China's Security Role in Afghanistan?

By Wang Mouzhou
Cooperation in Afghanistan could stabilize the region and potentially lead to broader joint counterterrorism efforts.

Where Does Afghanistan Fit in China’s Belt and Road?
May 03, 2016

Where Does Afghanistan Fit in China’s Belt and Road?

By Zabihullah Mudabber
Afghanistan can be a hub for the OBOR project, but Kabul needs to capitalize on the potential benefits.
Can China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ Save the US in Afghanistan?
March 11, 2016

Can China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ Save the US in Afghanistan?

By Andi Zhou
Expanding China’s direct interests in Afghanistan would open new avenues for U.S.-China cooperation there.

Afghanistan, Pakistan and a Rare Chance for Peace
July 30, 2015

Afghanistan, Pakistan and a Rare Chance for Peace

By Aziz Amin Ahmadzai and Mona Naseer
The start of talks is an opportunity that may not come again.
Could Afghanistan Be a Model for US-China Cooperation?
April 21, 2015

Could Afghanistan Be a Model for US-China Cooperation?

By David Caragliano and Noah Coburn
The two powers have interests in Afghanistan that are not incompatible.

Sinophilia and Sinophobia in Afghanistan
December 10, 2014

Sinophilia and Sinophobia in Afghanistan

By Tamim Asey
To win over Afghans, China will need to see their country as more than just a security buffer.

Could Iran and China Cut the US Out of Afghanistan?
November 01, 2014

Could Iran and China Cut the US Out of Afghanistan?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Beijing and Tehran share similar interests in a stable Afghanistan that does not depend on U.S. support.

Can China and India Cooperate in Afghanistan?
October 01, 2014

Can China and India Cooperate in Afghanistan?

By Edward Schwarck
Their border disputes and maritime rivalry aside, China and India may be able to make common cause in Afghanistan.
Afghan Stability: New Equations
April 09, 2014

Afghan Stability: New Equations

By SK Chatterji
With the NATO drawdown, Afghanistan’s neighbors will have a growing role to play in the country’s stability.

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