A Tale of Regional Proxy Warfighting
I have a piece in the latest issue of Foreign Service Journal that details the ongoing clash of competing strategic interests among the United States, Pakistan, India, Iran, and other regional powers in Afghanistan. It's a point I've belabored in the past (see here, here, here, and here, for example), yet it remains an understated problem in Washington's Central and South Asia policy. C'est la vie.
Check it out!