On Tuesday, September 22 at 12:00 p.m., the House Oversight and Reform Committee will hold a hearing on the Trump administration's Afghanistan strategy.
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The United States has choices to respond to the Russian bounty program in Afghanistan, but it's best options might be the ones people won't hear about.
Shahab al-Muhajir inherits a weakened organization, but may benefit from a background that sets him outside of some local disputes.
Moscow’s bounty program fits a pattern of Russian policy in Afghanistan rooted in the country’s desire to maintain influence in its near abroad.
Despite tensions with the Trump administration, Pakistan has become an important intermediary in negotiations with the Taliban.
The Taliban left Doha with an advantage and is now raising the pressure on the Afghan government.
The agreement with the Taliban calls for U.S. troops to withdraw entirely, but some conditions in the deal may prevent that.
The organization's leader was arrested, then his successor. Now it will try to regroup.
The International Criminal Court’s authorization of an investigation into alleged war crimes in Afghanistan represents the culmination of a complex debate over the law and politics of a probe into the court’s most powerful and persistent critic.
The deal signed in Doha is a major achievement, but will require rigorous enforcement of the terms to succeed.