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Taliban Killed 33 Troops, Police in Helmand
March 26, 2019

Taliban Killed 33 Troops, Police in Helmand

By Amir Shah
Separately, a NATO airstrike reportedly killed 13, including 10 children, in northern Afghanistan.

President Trump and the War in Afghanistan: What You Need to Know
November 21, 2016

President Trump and the War in Afghanistan: What You Need to Know

By Shawn Snow
A situation report on the current terrain.
Afghan Parliament Goes on a Firing Spree
November 15, 2016

Afghan Parliament Goes on a Firing Spree

By Catherine Putz
A government with legitimacy crisis, a parliament with a grudge, and headless ministries are a recipe for disaster.

NATO Trains Afghan Tactical Air Controllers as Civilian Casualties Rise
October 22, 2016

NATO Trains Afghan Tactical Air Controllers as Civilian Casualties Rise

By Shawn Snow
NATO and Afghan forces continue to adapt to capability and capacity gaps.

US Sends 100 Troops to Lashkar Gah in Afghanistan's Embattled Helmand Province
August 25, 2016

US Sends 100 Troops to Lashkar Gah in Afghanistan's Embattled Helmand Province

By Shawn Snow
The troops are on a train, advise, and assist mission, but the line between advising and combat is growing blurry.

Afghanistan: 6 American Soldiers Killed in Taliban Suicide Attack
December 22, 2015

Afghanistan: 6 American Soldiers Killed in Taliban Suicide Attack

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The attack occurred during a joint Afghan-U.S. patrol in the village of Bajawryan near Bagram airbase.

Afghanistan: US Air Force’s Mission Has Not Changed
December 11, 2015

Afghanistan: US Air Force’s Mission Has Not Changed

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Despite the formal end of combat operations in Afghanistan, the war is far from over for the US Air Force.
NATO Looking to Extend Funding for Afghan Security Forces
December 02, 2015

NATO Looking to Extend Funding for Afghan Security Forces

By Catherine Putz
As the war moves into its 15th year, Afghanistan's stability remains tenuous.

Why Afghanistan Needs Pakistan
June 22, 2015

Why Afghanistan Needs Pakistan

By James L. Creighton
The Afghan President is reaching out to Pakistan. A former U.S. brigade commander thinks that’s a good thing.

Ukraine's Geopolitical Spillover Officially Makes it to Afghanistan
May 20, 2015

Ukraine's Geopolitical Spillover Officially Makes it to Afghanistan

By Catherine Putz
Russia's closure of the NDN marks the end of an era.

Afghan Forces are Suffering Record Losses
May 05, 2015

Afghan Forces are Suffering Record Losses

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Could this undermine the fighting spirit of the Afghan army and police in their battles against the Taliban?
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