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The Peace Window Is Closing For AfPak

Relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan have changed over the last nine months. But progress toward reconciliation has at best stalled, potentially forfeiting an historic opportunity.

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The Future of the Taliban

With patron support waning and the Islamic State expanding, the Taliban may transform into a militant political group in order to survive.

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The Saffron Revolution of 2018

Without political reform, a never-ending war, and a declining economy, this is how everyone could lose in Afghanistan.

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Terrorists Had a Banner Year in 2014, Killing More Than 30,000

The increase in terrorism's violence comes amid the Islamic State's spread in Iraq and Syria and Boko Haram violence in Nigeria.

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A Record Year in Misery: the World Has Never Seen a Refugee Crisis This Bad

Some 60 million people worldwide have been forced to leave their homes.

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Securing Afghanistan’s Future

Ghani’s plan for Afghanistan to become self-reliant is an ambitious one; however, by several measures, it has been successful, ensuring resources drive better outcomes and deliver for the people.

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