Afghanistan and Its Neighbors
Terror Is Their Family Business (The Weekly Standard)Jul 10, 2012 - Anonymous
Why hasn’t the State Department designated what U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan Ryan Crocker called “a group of killers, pure and simple” as a Foreign Terrorist Organization?
Dealing with the Haqqani Network (Foreign Policy)
During a Senate Armed Services hearing yesterday, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike alleged what many of us have believed for some time...
VIDEO- Afghanistan in 2011 & Beyond: Counterinsurgency, Transition & Drawdown at The NewseumJun 30, 2011 - Anonymous
Please join ISW, Senators McCain & Lieberman and General Keane for this important discussion on the U.S. role in Afghanistan, the future of the country, and what to expect this year and beyond.
How to Deal with Pakistan (The Weekly Standard)
Later this month, President Obama will decide the size and scope of the drawdown of U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
We Have the Momentum in Afghanistan (Wall Street Journal)
Americans may be tired of war, but war is not tired of us. Right now, we have the momentum against those enemies in Afghanistan. This is the time to press the fight.
A Dangerous Mix: Militant Groups in North WaziristanJun 1, 2011 - Anonymous
North Waziristan hosts a blend of insurgents and terrorists operating against Pakistan and Afghanistan, with some also targeting the American homeland.
Senior Analyst Jeffrey Dressler on Recent Strain Between the US & Pakistan (CNN Situation Room)May 18, 2011 - Anonymous
NATO now investigating a cross-border clash between two of its own helicopters in Afghanistan and ground forces in neighboring Pakistan.
The Haqqani Network in Kurram
Haqqani Network Influence in Kurram and its Implications for Afghanistan (CTC Sentinel)
The Haqqani Network is important not only because of its tactical & operational proficiency, but because it links foreign terrorists like al Qaeda to operations inside Afghanistan.