New AtlanticistSep 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?
InterviewAug 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.
NATOSourceDec 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.
NATOSourceDec 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. . . .