In the News

Jan 31, 2022

Peek joins The John Batchelor Show to discuss the five shortfalls of the Biden administration’s State Department

By Atlantic Council

Conflict Europe & Eurasia

In the News

Jan 1, 2022

Sales quoted in CNN World on the consequences of Russia’s potential invasion of Ukraine

By Atlantic Council

Conflict Crisis Management

New Atlanticist

Sep 1, 2021

How to avoid another state-building failure after Afghanistan

By Frank Ruggiero

Why did the United States continue a state-building policy after al-Qaeda was dismantled? And how can it learn to use force to negotiate the peaceful end to its next conflict?

Afghanistan Conflict


Aug 5, 2021

Interview with Monera Yousufzada, former Afghan deputy minister of defense

By Fariba Pajooh

Munira Yousefzada, former Afghan deputy minister of defense, joins Fariba Pajooh for an interview about the ongoing situation in Afghanistan and the peace process.

Afghanistan Human Rights

In the News

May 17, 2021

Sakhi in the Heart of Asia Society: In search of peace for Afghanistan

By Atlantic Council

Afghanistan International Security Assistance Force

In the News

Jul 16, 2020

Ian Brzezinski quoted by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty on Russian bounties on US troops

Afghanistan Conflict
President Donald Trump before signing Space Policy Directive 1, Dec. 11,2017


Dec 21, 2017

Trump’s speech undermines Trump’s new strategy

By Donald Trump, White House

In Afghanistan, our troops are no longer undermined by artificial timelines, and we no longer tell our enemies of our plans.

Afghanistan International Security Assistance Force
Polish soldiers in Ghazni, April 29, 2011


Dec 11, 2014

How the mission in Afghanistan changed the Polish Army

By Jacek Mutszak, Defence Global

Afghanistan is a challenge that NATO has struggled with for over twelve years. Poland was one of the member countries that sent its army there. It was the biggest test for the Polish Army since the end of World War II.

Afghanistan International Security Assistance Force
ISAF Commander General John F. Campbell, Dec. 8, 2014


Dec 8, 2014

US, NATO end Afghan combat command after thirteen years

By Lynne O'Donnell, AP

The U.S. and NATO closed their combat command in Afghanistan on Monday, more than 13 years after invading the country in the wake of the Sept. 11 terror attacks to target al-Qaida and Osama bin Laden. . . .

Afghanistan International Security Assistance Force
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, December 1, 2014


Dec 1, 2014

Secretary general previews four outcomes from tomorrow’s meeting of NATO foreign ministers

By Jens Stoltenberg, NATO

2014 has been a year of aggression, crisis and conflict. But NATO stands strong.

Afghanistan International Security Assistance Force