The Institute for the Study of War is out with a must read report covering the little known history of U.S. Forces’ greatest indigenous asset during the Surge.
Today, millions of Afghan men and women are heading to the polls for the country’s second national elections since the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001.
ISW President Kim Kagan recently returned from traveling across Afghanistan where she participated in General Stanley MCChrystal’s strategic review.
The Institute for the Study of War (ISW) and the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) have joined forces to create our newest Afghanistan map.
As the Afghanistan surge commences, ISW has released a compelling report aimed at delivering comprehensive analysis of the region’s most violent provinces – Kunar and Nuristan.
The Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) in Iraq will hold elections on July 25, 2009, to determine their President and the 111 legislators in the Kurdish National Assembly.
One of ISW’s most popular reference tools is back: the Order of Battles (ORBAT) for Iraq and Afghanistan are now available online
Subject to Senate confirmation, Gen. David McKiernan will be replaced by Lt. Gen. Stanley McChrystal.
A new ISW Graph shows how violence levels in Afghanistan compare to violence levels in Iraq. The ISW Graph provides a startling sense of what is happening on the ground in Afghanistan.
This week, President Barack Obama made a surprise visit to Iraq as part of his overseas tour. Much has changed in Iraq since Obama's first visit there as a U.S. Senator in July 2008.