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Ignore Trump’s lies. North Korea is no threat to Britain
Afghan Defense Ministry: US leaflet drop broke agreement
Strategy? What Strategy? Trump’s New Approach to Afghanistan Is No Game-Changer
Why Trump's threats to Pakistan raise serious questions
Trump's New Strategy in Afghanistan
Afghanistan Is President Donald Trump's War Now: Fighting Without Purpose Or End
While talks in Doha between the Taliban and Afghan government were downplayed and big hurdles remain, there were some small signs of progress, which could help kick start the Afghan peace process.
As Britain withdraws from Afghanistan, RUSI analyses the course and strategic objectives of the war
This week, UK Armed Forces formally ended combat operations in Helmand. British troops return from Afghanistan not with a victory, but a score draw away from home; a job well done in unpropitious circumstances.
Shisheng Hu, Raffaello Pantucci, Ravi Sawhney and Emily Winterbotham
The politics of Afghanistan remain precarious. But if undertaken correctly, regional engagement by China and India can play a positive role in consolidating security and the economy
Emily Winterbotham and Antonio Giustozzi
The Taliban’s capture of Kunduz shows that they have overcome their internal divisions – it is a worrying indication of the insurgency’s strength
Trevor Taylor reviews High Command: British Military Leadership in the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars, by Christopher L Elliott
David A Martin
David A Martin reviews Mission Revolution: The U.S. Military and Stability Operations, by Jennifer Morrison Taw
The difficulties of informed and effective decision-making with regard to Afghanistan were keenly felt during the Third Anglo-Afghan War.
Professor Michael Clarke
More troops won’t end the unwinnable war in Afghanistan
Trump Is Probably Right — The U.S. Is Losing in Afghanistan War