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April 03, 2018
The Trump Administration’s New Afghan Problem: The Islamic State
By Sudha Ratan
The Islamic State’s South Asia branch complicates regional efforts to move Afghanistan toward peace.
June 10, 2017
Kabul Process Falters as Taliban Support Rises
By Bismellah Alizada
Complex geopolitical rivalries make it unlikely that the Kabul Process will bring peace to Afghanistan.
February 15, 2017
Is Pakistan Ready to Counter ISIS?
By Hammal Kashani
Pakistan's government has been slow to react to the presence of ISIS.
January 26, 2017
Islamic State’s Khorasan Province, 2 Years on
By Milo Comerford
Today marks the two-year anniversary of ISIS’s new front in Afghanistan. Can the group consider its venture a success?
December 30, 2016
How the Islamic State Could Be Reborn in Afghanistan
By Daud Khattak
Although the ISKP is at a disadvantage, several factors could help it rise again in 2017.
November 21, 2016
Suicide Blast at Shia Mosque in Kabul Kills Over 30
By Catherine Putz
The target and timing suggests the Islamic State's local affiliate is responsible, aiming to stoke sectarianism.