ISW Senior Fellow LTG James M. Dubik (ret.) releases report on Creating Police and Law Enforcement Systems in troubled states
ISW releases new comprehensive study detailing the Haqqani network.
The full force of ISAF’s COIN strategy is now in effect as US forces have arrived in country.
Remembering 9/11 and honoring those who still serve.
Today the mission of U.S. forces in Iraq changed from a combat mission under Operation Iraqi Freedom to a stability operations mission now referred to as Operation New Dawn.
With the U.S. troop drawdown deadline rapidly approaching, all eyes are focused on Iraq and what may transpire after U.S. combat forces withdraw to 50,000 troops on August 31st, 2010.
This weekend over 300 million Americans will celebrate the birthday of the United States and the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
As military operations in Kandahar begin in earnest soon, ISAF faces some significant challenges, specifically with capacity building and the restructuring of Afghan private security forces.
ISW would like to salute and honor the many young men and women who have given the ultimate sacrifice while defending the United States in conflicts abroad.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai visited Washington, D.C. this week to discuss the progress of the war in Afghanistan and a long term partnership with the United States