Afghan National Army (ANA)
President Karzai’s Inaugural Address: Critical Points and Policy Implications
This paper is an analysis of the policy implications of President Karzai’s second inaugural address.
Katie Couric interviews Dr. Kimberly Kagan on challenges in Afghanistan (CBS web video)Nov 18, 2009 - Anonymous
Key Facts On AfghanistanOct 28, 2009 - Kimberly Kagan
Key Facts on Afghanistan
A Joint Institute for the Study of War - American Enterprise Institute Report
By Dr. Kimberly Kagan and Dr. Frederick W. Kagan
The Enemy in Afghanistan
Red Teaming Afghanistan: How Will the Enemy Respond?
Dr. Kimberly Kagan (ISW) and Dr. Fred Kagan (AEI) have produced a second report considering how enemy groups would respond to several US Policy scenarios.
How Not to Defeat al Qaeda
To win in Afghanistan requires troops on the ground. More analysis by Fred and Kim Kagan.
Securing Helmand: Understanding and Responding to the Enemy
Redeploying in RC East - NPR interview with James FussellSep 25, 2009 - Anonymous
ISW contributor James Fussell speaks about US forces moving out of Kunar and Nuristan provinces on NPR's Morning Edition. Mr. Fussell recently co-authored an ISW report on Eastern Afghanistan.
LTG James Dubik interviewed on National Public RadioSep 23, 2009 - LTG James M. Dubik (U.S. Army, Ret.)
ISW's Senior Fellow LTG James Dubik speaks with Mary Louise of National Public Radio on the need for more U.S. troops to train Afghans.
A Comprehensive Strategy: Afghanistan Force Requirements
Dr. Kimberly Kagan of ISW and Dr. Frederick W. Kagan of AEI team up to produce a detailed PowerPoint presentation on Afghanistan force requirements based on GEN. McChrystal's strategic review.