Foreign Policy Blogs

Afghanistan

China, the United States and the Future of Central Asia

China, the United States and the Future of Central Asia

Given the amount of money already committed to supporting Afghanistan's development, the effects of increased spending in Central Asia would be limited. Rather, the U.S. should withdraw from the region, leaving China and Russia to battle over influence.

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Preparing to Leave

Preparing to Leave

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Camp Victory, Afghanistan (2010)

Camp Victory, Afghanistan (2010)

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India, Pakistan and China: The importance of regional powers in a post-U.S. Afghanistan

India, Pakistan and China: The importance of regional powers in a post-U.S. Afghanistan

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Shadow of Afghanistan (2012)

Shadow of Afghanistan (2012)

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As NATO Draws Down, Feuding Neighbors’ Elections May Heat Up

As NATO Draws Down, Feuding Neighbors’ Elections May Heat Up

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The Iraq Endgame and the Lessons for Afghanistan: An Update

The Iraq Endgame and the Lessons for Afghanistan: An Update

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Nine Pictures About The U.S. in Afghanistan

Nine Pictures About The U.S. in Afghanistan

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Obama’s Afghan Dysfunctions

Obama’s Afghan Dysfunctions

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Will the Iraqi Endgame be repeated in Afghanistan?

Will the Iraqi Endgame be repeated in Afghanistan?

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Obama and Afghanistan: An Update

Obama and Afghanistan: An Update

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Take a Bite out of Terror: Battling the Taliban’s Influence in Schools

Take a Bite out of Terror: Battling the Taliban’s Influence in Schools

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How Well Has Mr. Obama Waged His “War of Necessity”?

How Well Has Mr. Obama Waged His “War of Necessity”?

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Civilian Role in Conflict Areas Marches On

Civilian Role in Conflict Areas Marches On

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Charlie Wilson’s War (2007)

Charlie Wilson’s War (2007)

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