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On 16 December RUSI and BAAG (the British and Irish Agencies Afghanistan Group) hosted a roundtable discussion on the impact of migration and development on Afghanistan.
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
As US and ISAF troops are drawn down in Afghanistan, it is becoming increasingly clear that the void left by the withdrawing nations might have to be filled by Afghanistan’s neighbours.
The international response to insurgency and terrorism is at present too unwieldy and disparately motivated to succeed in taking a manoeuvrist approach.
Patrick Mileham (editor)
Essays on the legal justifications for the resort to force, nations hosting international terrorists and criminals, humanitarian relief efforts, post conflict stabilization, and case studies on Iraq...