Hamid Karzai is gambling that Afghanistan is too important for the U.S. to walk away from. He might be reading us wrong.
Karzai says the US and NATO should leave. He’s making a big mistake.
The Karzai spat as administration theater.
He's a lousy ally - but the U.S. has done a lot to make him worse.
Central Asia's cabal weighs in on terrorism, Syria and sovereignty.
Pakistan's prime minister has two sides.
Crucial statistics from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars aren't being systematically stored, leaving lessons unlearnable.
Worries of a conflagration ignore the region's history.
Obama has seriously erred in letting talks with the Taliban interfere with more important priorities in Afghanistan.
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