The Institute for the Study of War began tracking the Libyan revolution on a daily basis in March 2011. ISW has published the first three parts of the in-depth four-part series “ The Libyan Revolution,” and the last part will cover the conflict up to Qaddafi’s death on Oct. 20, 2011. To learn more about the revolution, check out our daily and weekly updates and video timeline.
ISW hosted a panel discussion on the future of the Afghan war and the President’s recent decision on the withdrawal of troops with Senators McCain & Lieberman and General Jack Keane.
A new report released today by analysts Jeffrey Dressler (ISW) and Reza Jan (AEI), "The Haqqani Network in Kurram: The Regional Implications of a Growing Insurgency"
On Monday, May 2nd, ISW and the Marine Corps Association hosted Major General Richard Mills for a conversation with ISW president Dr. Kimberly Kagan titled, The Fight to Secure Helmand Province.
As President Obama prepares to address both houses of Congress and the nation in his second State of the Union address, he will no doubt discuss the status of the efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
In collaboration with the American Enterprise Institute, ISW has published Defining Success in Afghanistan by Drs. Kimberly and Frederick Kagan
ISW Scholar Jeffrey A. Dressler examines the heated fight for the Taliban’s financial hub, Helmand province, finding the insurgency has been driven out en masse
Carl Forsberg documents tangible progress in the Afghan war by analyzing the 2010 operations in Kandahar province, the most critical terrain for insurgents.