Afghanistan

United States’ Maybe Contemplating the Privatization of Afghanistan’s Security

  Afghanistan Quagmire 04-08-2017 Yasir Malik Research Fellow South Asian Strategic Stability Institute Afghanistan enters its 17th year of deadly and horrendous conflict. The country’s security landscape is rapidly deteriorating and even, the capital of Afghanistan, Kabul is not safe from the deadly attacks of the insurgents. In recent year, Kabul has been repeatedly threatened …

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Renewed Wave of Violence in Afghanistan

  Afghanistan Quagmire 04-08-2017 Yasir Malik Research Fellow South Asian Strategic Stability Institute Afghanistan enters its 17th year of deadly and horrendous conflict. The country’s security landscape is rapidly deteriorating and even, the capital of Afghanistan, Kabul is not safe from the deadly attacks of the insurgents. In recent year, Kabul has been repeatedly threatened …

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Reorienting Afghanistan

Reorienting Afghanistan 12-09-2017 Yasir Malik Research Fellow South Asian Strategic Stability Institute Following months of deliberation, US President Donald Trump, eventually, unveiled its strategy for Afghanistan. It feels no surprise to note that US policy on Afghanistan doesn’t sound new. With the new administration, US tactical plus geostrategic moves amplify that US is either clueless …

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New US Policy

New US Policy 28-08-2017 Zeeshan Javed Research Fellow South Asian Strategic Stability Institute New US Policy Presents More Problems than Solutions U.S. President, Donald Trump, has revised his policy with regards to Afghanistan. In his latest policy announcement which was announced on the 22nd of August, has created more turmoil in the region. The US …

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Afghanistan – An Endless War

Afghanistan – An Endless War 09-08-2017 Yasir Malik Research Fellow South Asian Strategic Stability Institute In the wake of regional geo-politics, Afghanistan has become a chessboard for powerful global and regional players to pursue their strategic interests. Entering its 38th year of deadly conflict, the prospects of peace seems to be seldom on the conflict-ridden …

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