There are real threats emanating from Afghanistan, but are they severe enough to warrant indefinite deployments?
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The terrorist group's goals haven't changed, and it now appears poised to take advantage of a more permissive strategic environment.
If the Taliban won't meet with the Afghan government, why would the United States think they're serious about negotiating?
On Friday, a panel of three International Criminal Court judges rejected the request of the court's Prosecutor to investigate "the situation" in Afghanistan, including alleged war crimes committed by the U.S. military and CIA.
What can game theory tell us about Afghan politics?
There are a limited number of cases in which Congress has mandated that the president affirmatively engage in military activities in the face of presidential opposition to doing so.
Trump thinks the Soviets invaded Afghanistan because of terrorism. The archives tell a different story.
If the ICC opens an investigation into CIA "black sites," the United States could rally other non-member states to its side.
When it comes to diplomacy in Afghanistan, President Trump should take his own advice.
Drone pilots see war from a different vantage, and this takes a different toll.