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With this U.N. Security Council vote, the U.S. has made good on a promise included in the peace agreement with the Taliban. But many are skeptical of the deal.
Yes, but that doesn’t mean it’s a good idea.
Tens of thousands of protesters are rallying against the Pakistani military's operations in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas.
Over three days of hearings, the International Criminal Court’s Appeals Chamber considered whether to overturn an April 2019 decision blocking investigations into alleged war crimes by the Taliban and U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
What explains the general lack of interest in the Afghanistan Papers? Why didn’t this trove of declassified documents catch fire like the Pentagon Papers during Vietnam?
Canada’s Attorney General issues a security certificate, Canada debates the War in Afghanistan and other Canadian national security news.
The Post's claim that successive administrations deliberately lied to the American people goes too far.
Ten years later, the man who planned the attack is still at large and heading al-Qaeda.
Afghan intelligence officials reportedly captured a deputy leader of the Islamic State-Khorasan (the Islamic State’s affiliate in Afghanistan, also referred to as ISK) near the city of Herat in September. Herat is more than 1,000 kilometers west of ISK’s stronghold in Nangarhar province, and much of Herat province and the surrounding region is contested by the Taliban.