ISW’s Afghanistan Report 1 details the tumultuous history of Kunar and Nuristan while reconsidering current assumptions on the U.S. mission in those provinces.
ISW’s 2009 Kurdish Elections Backgrounder provides a unique look at the region’s political players and governing history.
Report examines the shifting political dynamics in Iraq's Parliament and the limitations of Maliki's power while U.S. Forces withdraw from major cities.
Recognizing the growing interest in the U.S. mission in Afghanistan, ISW today announced its new Afghanistan Project that will provide quality research and analysis.
Becomes Organization's First Senior Fellow
WASHINGTON, D.C.- The Institute for the Study of War (ISW) announced today that recently retired Army Lieutenant General James M. Dubik has joined the organization as its first Senior Fellow.
The Institute for the Study of War (ISW) today released its latest Iraq Report on the political maneuvering that has taken place in the highly volatile province of Diyala.
The Institute for the Study of War has released a fact sheet on Iraq's upcoming Provincial Elections being held on Saturday, January 31, 2009.
Report finds new evidence linking Iranian-backed Special Groups to the Asaib Ahl al-Haq terrorist network.
"The greatest threat to stability in Iraq is violence by Iranian-backed militias, known as Special Groups."
"The security dynamics in Diyala Province demonstrate the continued need for Coalition force to defend against al Qaeda in Iraq."