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What a Trump Presidency Would Mean for Afghanistan
August 02, 2016

What a Trump Presidency Would Mean for Afghanistan

By Samuel Ramani
The Republican nominee for the presidency would likely drastically change U.S. policy toward Afghanistan.
Orlando Shooting Has Nothing to Do With Afghanistan and Islam
June 16, 2016

Orlando Shooting Has Nothing to Do With Afghanistan and Islam

By M. Ashraf Haidari
Omar Mateen's hate crime cannot be explained by his ethno-religious background.

US Troops Have New Powers in Afghanistan. What Exactly Does That Mean?
June 14, 2016

US Troops Have New Powers in Afghanistan. What Exactly Does That Mean?

By Ankit Panda
It's unclear what changes the Obama administration just implemented for U.S. troops in Afghanistan.

Is the World Paying Attention to Afghanistan Anymore?
September 28, 2015

Is the World Paying Attention to Afghanistan Anymore?

By Catherine Putz
The U.S., China, and Afghanistan held a high-level meeting in New York City ahead of the UN General Assembly debate.

Afghanistan’s 32-Year Refugee Crisis
September 09, 2015

Afghanistan’s 32-Year Refugee Crisis

By Catherine Putz
For three decades Afghanistan was the world’s largest producer of refugees. Millions have returned but problems remain.
What America's Withdrawal From Afghanistan Really Tells the World About US Hegemony
August 31, 2015

What America's Withdrawal From Afghanistan Really Tells the World About US Hegemony

By Muska Dastageer
How a long war of necessity turned into an unfinished one of choice.

Interview: Daniel Markey
April 02, 2015

Interview: Daniel Markey

By Jack Detsch
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's extraordinarily successful trip to Washington, and the new outlook for Afghanistan.
How Ashraf Ghani's Government Will Address Afghanistan's Endemic Problems
March 30, 2015

How Ashraf Ghani's Government Will Address Afghanistan's Endemic Problems

By Hannah Gais
Speaking in New York City, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani outlined his government's approach to Afghanistan's varied problems.

Afghan President Begins US Visit
March 23, 2015

Afghan President Begins US Visit

By Ankit Panda
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah began a five-day U.S. visit on Sunday.

The Uncertain Fight Ahead for Afghanistan
March 18, 2015

The Uncertain Fight Ahead for Afghanistan

By Jack Detsch
U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter seemed impressed by Afghan troops in a recent visit to Kabul.

Afghanistan: Five Tasks for Ghani’s Crucial U.S. Visit
March 09, 2015

Afghanistan: Five Tasks for Ghani’s Crucial U.S. Visit

By Tamim Asey
With his country at a critical juncture, the Afghan president needs to make the most of his Washington visit.
What Now for Afghanistan?
January 11, 2015

What Now for Afghanistan?

By Tamim Asey
With the end of the war, the country faces an uncertain future.

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