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Afghanistan: Back To Basics
Articles - December 10, 2008
 

As the conflict in Iraq winds down, the “forgotten front” of the War on Terror, Afghanistan, has moved back into the forefront of the national security debate. Operation Enduring Freedom-Afghanistan (hereafter OEF) is aptly named, since the conflict will endure long into the next administration. Whoever takes the oath of office in January of 2009 will face the same types of challenges in Afghanistan that have bedeviled the current administration since 2001, and to an extent have been characteristic of Afghan politics for decades.

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 220
Bulletins - November 19, 2008
 

Arming Pakistan's tribes;
Toward detente with the Taliban?

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 242
Bulletins - November 3, 2008
 

AMID TENSIONS, INDIA FORTIFIES BORDER WITH CHINA...; ... WHILE CHINA LOOKS TO PLAY THE KASHMIR CARD; BANGLADESH SHUTS THE DOOR ON HIZB-UT TAHRIR; MRAP GETS A MAKEOVER FOR AFGHANISTAN

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 219
Bulletins - October 29, 2008
 

A new nuclear partnership with India;
Taking a different tack toward the Taliban

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 176
Bulletins - May 12, 2008
 

Syria,nukes, and North Korea;In Iraq, two steps forward; Pipelines and Politics in Central Asia;PKK threatens Washington; A Europe-Afghan railroad in the works?;

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 203
Bulletins - December 5, 2007
 

Militants take to the airwaves in Pakistan;
Foreign fighters creep into Kashmir

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 202
Bulletins - November 21, 2007
 

DPRK denies nukes to Syria;
Foreigners flock to Afghanistan

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 201
Bulletins - November 2, 2007
 

An Islamic constitution for Afghanistan?;
Burma back as a narco-state

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 200
Bulletins - October 23, 2007
 

India's homegrown militia in the making;
Iran-Pakistan-India pipeline inches closer to reality

 
Afghanistan: The Opportunity Within Adversity
Policy Papers - September 15, 2000
 

AFPC Senior Fellow Dr. Elie Krakowski is now completing a year-long project on American policy options in Afghanistan.  Dr. Krakowski’s analysis explores problems facing the U.S. in the course of our war on terrorism.  These include the prospect of mounting regional instability and the possible breakup of Pakistan as a nation.