US Ambassador Leaves Kabul, Ends 2-Year Afghan Tenure
By Associated Press
The ambassador's departure comes as U.S. tensions with neighboring Iran have soared following a U.S. airstrike in Baghdad that killed Iran's top general.
Trump Points the Finger at Pakistan Again. What Does It Mean for Afghanistan?
By Umair Jamal
What Trump’s latest tirade against Pakistan means for Washington’s plans in Afghanistan.
China’s Belt and Road Meets Trump’s Afghanistan Plan
By Yu Fu
Could China play the good cop while the U.S. plays the bad cop?
Afghanistan: A Civil War State of Mind
By Kevin Laiveling
By hunkering down, the U.S. and Afghan governments hope to eventually bring the Taliban to the table.
Fashion Faux Pas: US Wasted Millions on Afghan Army Uniforms
By Catherine Putz
Why choose a forest uniform for a mostly dry and beige country?
U.S. Considering Leaving Fewer Than 10,000 Troops in Afghanistan Post-2014
By Ankit Panda
Following Afghanistan's elections, the U.S. is considering leaving fewer than 10,000 troops in the country.