Afghanistan, Then and Now
By Luke Hunt
A conversation with author Chris Woolf.
Ahmad Shah Massoud: An Afghan Napoleon
By Catherine Putz
Renowned British journalist Sandy Gall’s biography of Massoud comes at a critical time for Afghanistan.
India in Afghanistan After the Soviet Withdrawal
By Avinandan Choudhury
India’s tough experience in post-1989 Afghanistan could hold lessons for weathering a U.S. troop withdrawal.
How 1980 Laid the Groundwork for China’s Major Foreign Policy Challenges
By Bonnie Girard
China’s policies on Afghanistan, Xinjiang, Russia, terrorism, and the trade war – all have their roots in the late Cold War era.
Hezb-i-Islami and Its New Constitutional Vision
By Shamshad Pasarlay
Implications for the long-delayed constitutional reform in Afghanistan.
The Rise of China-Afghanistan Security Relations
By Ahmad Bilal Khalil
Over the past two years, China-Afghan security cooperation has reached unprecedented levels.
Afghanistan and The Stinger Myth
By Franz-Stefan Gady
What actually forced the Soviets to withdraw from Afghanistan in 1989?
Afghanistan’s Mujahideen and a Fragile Peace
By Ali Reza Sarwar
The continuing role of mujahideen leaders in Afghan politics puts the country’s future at risk.
Commonwealth Terror Threat
Anti-India terrorists may hit the Games- where live international coverage is guaranteed.