Past Events

Afghanistan in 2011 and Beyond: Counterinsurgency, Transition and Drawdown

Jun30
The Newseum – Knight Studio 555 Pennsylvania Ave NW (6th Street Freedom Forum entrance) Washington, D.C. 20001

With President Obama’s decision on withdrawal levels expected tomorrow, Congress, the policy community & the general public are debating the cost & level of commitment required to sustain the war.

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ISW and MCA cordially invite you to a conversation with Major General Richard Mills, the Commanding General of I Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward) and ISW’s President, Dr. Kimberly Kagan.

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Iraq's Fragile Transition

Apr15
Reserve Officers Association

With the Security Agreement set to expire at the end of the year, United States forces in Iraq are only months away from their December 31, 2011 deadline for full withdrawal.

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Panelists will discuss governance challenges, ongoing counterinsurgency operations, the changing face of the enemy, & the growth of ANSF.

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Afghanistan and Iraq in 2011: Progress and Challenges

Feb17
2212 Rayburn House Office Building

Please join ISW for a luncheon briefing discussing recent developments in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as what Congress should expect to see on both fronts during 2011.

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Event: Defining Success in Afghanistan (Public)

Jan10
Wohlstetter Conference Center, Twelfth Floor, AEI 1150 Seventeenth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036

The U.S. has been in Afghanistan for 10 years, yet confusion remains about what success there would look like. Frederick & Kimberly Kagan have a new report which they will discuss at an event Monday.

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ISW analysts release Afghanistan War assessments

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ISW cordially invites you to an on-the-record discussion about the Afghanistan war with GEN John Keane, AMB Ronald Neumann, Mr. Max Boot, and Mr. Shuja Nawaz.

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A Veterans Day Television Event

Nov12
The Military Channel

ISW’s award-winning documentary, The Surge: the Untold Story, will air twice on The Military Channel‘s Veterans Day weekend television special!

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Featuring ISW Senior Fellow LTG James M. Dubik (Ret.) and Brookings Institute’s Dr. Michael O’Hanlon for an assessment of police training in troubled and developing states.

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