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Combat Mission Over, But US Remains at War in Afghanistan
May 09, 2016

Combat Mission Over, But US Remains at War in Afghanistan

By Ankit Panda
Details from the Pentagon's inquiry into the Battle for Kunduz in October 2015 highlight high combat involvement for U.S. forces.
Afghanistan and Pakistan Return to the Blame Game After the Kabul Attacks
April 27, 2016

Afghanistan and Pakistan Return to the Blame Game After the Kabul Attacks

By Hamzah Rifaat
Afghanistan is playing the blame game with Pakistan once again. Islamabad and Kabul need to focus on the fight against terror.

Afghanistan: Lessons Learned for the 2016 Fighting Season
February 15, 2016

Afghanistan: Lessons Learned for the 2016 Fighting Season

By Shawn Snow
The situation is not all bad, but Afghan forces need to learn the lessons of 2015.

Afghanistan, Pakistan Lay Groundwork for Taliban Peace Talks in Early 2016
December 29, 2015

Afghanistan, Pakistan Lay Groundwork for Taliban Peace Talks in Early 2016

By Ankit Panda
Pakistan's top general visited Afghanistan this weekend to discuss another round of peace talks with the Taliban.

A Conversation with a Survivor of the US Airstrike on Doctors Without Borders in Kunduz
October 21, 2015

A Conversation with a Survivor of the US Airstrike on Doctors Without Borders in Kunduz

By Sanjay Kumar
The Diplomat's Sanjay Kumar speaks with a survivor of the U.S. airstrike on a hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan.
Afghanistan: Fragile But Moving Forward
October 19, 2015

Afghanistan: Fragile But Moving Forward

By James L. Creighton
Despite persistent challenges, there are reasons for cautious optimism.

Kunduz Frontline Report: 10 Days After the Taliban Siege
October 10, 2015

Kunduz Frontline Report: 10 Days After the Taliban Siege

By Sanjay Kumar
The Diplomat’s Sanjay Kumar speaks to Afghan journalist Shershah Nawabi 10 days after the fall of the city to the Taliban.
Taliban in Kunduz, ISIS in Nangarhar: Fiefdoms of Conflict in Afghanistan
October 05, 2015

Taliban in Kunduz, ISIS in Nangarhar: Fiefdoms of Conflict in Afghanistan

By Halimullah Kousary
Taliban-ISIS animosity will not stop the two groups from fighting the Afghan government and making territorial gains.

Will There Be Accountability for the Kunduz Hospital Bombing?
October 04, 2015

Will There Be Accountability for the Kunduz Hospital Bombing?

By Taylor Dibbert
A Médecins Sans Frontières hospital was struck by an air strike in Kunduz, Afghanistan. Will there be accountability?

Here's the Most Disturbing Thing About the Taliban Takeover of Kunduz
October 02, 2015

Here's the Most Disturbing Thing About the Taliban Takeover of Kunduz

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
The Taliban is gaining currency outside of its traditional Pashtun base. This is troubling.

Afghanistan: Offensive to Retake Kunduz Fails
September 30, 2015

Afghanistan: Offensive to Retake Kunduz Fails

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The Taliban have dug in around the city and have widened their attacks.
With Kunduz Under Siege, Afghanistan Is Again at a Crossroads
September 30, 2015

With Kunduz Under Siege, Afghanistan Is Again at a Crossroads

By Sanjay Kumar
The fall of the important northern city of Kunduz spells trouble for Ashraf Ghani’s government.

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