The U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden has raised profound questions about U.S.-Pakistan cooperation on terrorism, say Peter Juul, Brian Katulis, and Caroline Wadhams. But it also offers an opportunity to strengthen that cooperation.
Caroline Wadhams discusses the progress of Obama's three main objectives in Afghanistan.
Caroline Wadhams gives her views on the upcoming parliamentary elections in Afghanistan.
Caroline Wadhams argues in PBS's Wide Angle blog that Afghanistan's elections will do little to resolve deeper political problems in the country.
Carolina Wadhams and Colin Cookman on Tuesday's international conference that brought together more than 70 countries to discuss moving forward in Afghanistan.
Carole Wadhams argues in Foreign Policy that President Karzai's peace jirga won't produce real change.
Caroline Wadhams and Colin Cookman provide analysis of the upcoming “peace jirga” in Kabul and President Karzai’s new peace plan for Afghanistan.
Lawrence Korb and Caroline Wadhams provide analysis on the U.S. role in the Middle East from their recent trip to the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
The fourth round of U.S.-Pakistan strategic dialogue takes place this week, and the Obama administration’s policies are already paying dividends, write Brian Katulis and Caroline Wadhams.
The U.S. military and intelligence community took two steps forward in Afghanistan, but President Karzai took two steps back, write Caroline Wadhams and Colin Cookman.
Caroline Wadhams offers guidelines for creating international consensus on a civilian strategy in Afghanistan at the London conference.
Video Caroline Wadhams discusses President Obama's Afghanistan policy and what the administration would need to do for their mission to be successful.
CAP analyzes President Obama's speech last night on the administration's Afghanistan strategy.
Caroline Wadhams discusses the Obama administration's Afghanistan strategy at Foreign Policy magazine.