President Musharraf’s resignation provides an opportunity for the United States to shift policy toward Pakistan, write Caroline Wadhams and Brian Katulis.
The forgotten war in Afghanistan has once again leapt back into the news with disturbing reports of rising international casualties and large-scale Taliban offensives in the south.
The upcoming International Conference in Support of Afghanistan represents an opportunity to renew U.S. commitments to the country.
Video What are the Federally Administered Tribal Areas? Why should we be concerned about them? And what can we do about them?
Caroline Wadhams and Colin Cookman offer analysis of new State Department report that reiterates Al Qaeda and its affiliates are strengthening and expanding.
Caroline Wadhams and Colin Cookman outline six strategic guideposts for addressing the Federally Administered Tribal Areas in Pakistan.
Pakistani voters are not on the same page with the U.S. in the war against terrorist networks, warn Caroline Wadhams and Colin Cookman
Video After serving as an election monitor in Pakistan last week, Caroline Wadhams offers insight, analysis, and footage of her trip.
The Afghanistan Study Group, like many other reports, highlights a deeply troubling situation in Afghanistan. Skyrocketing opium production, deteriorating security and a weak government plague efforts to build the Afghan state and to defeat the Taliban-led insurgency. While the majority of the Afghan population still supports Afghan President Hamid Karzai and the international presence, they are becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of progress on the ground.
Historic elections do not lessen terrorist threats in Pakistan, write Caroline Wadhams, Brian Katulis, and Colin Cookman.
Caroline Wadhams and Brian Katulis in Pakistan observe election and post-election coalition efforts, and ask Bush administration not to interfere.
Caroline Wadhams and Brian Katulis in Pakistan report on their personal observations of historic parliamentary elections.
Bush insists Iraq and Afghanistan are the same war, but unless we separate them we'll lose them both, write Lawrence Korb and Caroline Wadhams.
Post-election uncertainty is assured, observe Caroline Wadhams and Brian Katulis, and the Bush administration looks unprepared.
After failing to persuade NATO to increase the number of troops in Afghanistan, the Bush administration has reluctantly approved a temporary increase of 3,200 American troops. While adding these troops is a step in the right direction, it is not enough. Security in Afghanistan has deteriorated over the past two years, with suicide and roadside […]