On the brink of disaster: how decades of progress in Afghanistan could be wiped out in short order
By Professor William Maley
Afghanistan is teetering on the brink of an almost unimaginable disaster. The withdrawal of US and allied forces, scheduled by President Joe Biden to be completed by September 11, threatens to precipitate the unravell...
To be or not to be in Afghanistan is not an easy question for India
Where Does Afghanistan Fit into NATO’s Grand Strategy?
By Ben Acheson
NATO is leaving Afghanistan – a fact well understood by Afghans. Such clarity in messaging should even be considered a success, given how often NATO and Western allies struggled with communicating their role and...
Can India help keep the Afghan Air Force afloat?
By Kabir Taneja and Angad Singh
The United States (US), by mid-June, has withdrawn more than 50 perc...