Regional Command Capital
This Fact Sheet outlines the projected outcomes of the 2010 Kabul Conference.
"With a new commander and a renewed commitment from the commander in chief, we will make military progress in Afghanistan."
Hearing of the Senate Armed Services Committee on the subject of Afghanistan. December 2, 2009.
Given the fact that President Obama seems concerned about how to reduce U.S. presence in Afghanistan after a surge, expanding the quality and quantity of the Afghan forces ought to be a priority.
This paper is an analysis of the policy implications of President Karzai’s second inaugural address.
Afghanistan is getting ready for a second-round presidential election between President Hamid Karzai and former Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah.
Recent deadly attacks on U-S troops in Afghanistan ratchet up pressure on President Obama. The ongoing debate among military strategists and the Administration over what to do about Afghanistan.
Paul Pillar, is a visiting professor at Georgetown University, in Washington, D.C. and a former CIA National Intelligence officer.
To win in Afghanistan requires troops on the ground. More analysis by Fred and Kim Kagan.