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1. Powered by Twitter? The Taliban's Takeover of Afghanistan

2. WPA in Afghanistan: Betrayal and Renewal

3. The American Withdrawal from Afghanistan, One Year Later

4. MF Dollars for Dictators? The Allocation of SDR to Moderate and Isolated Countries

5. Pakistani PM sparks Outrage among Afghanis at the OIC Conference

6. Turkey in Afghanistan: more than one reason to stay

7. How Religious Diplomacy and Pan-Islamic Organizations Can Help Stabilize Afghanistan

8. Regime Change No More: Coming to Terms with the Greater Middle East

9. Porosity of Tajik-Afghan Border Making Beijing’s Involvement in Region More Ominous

10. The Costs of Working with the Americans in Afghanistan: The United States’ Broken Special Immigrant Visa Process

11. A deadly exodus: Five trends to watch for in the evolving Afghanistan crisis

12. How the Taliban Re-took Afghanistan

13. Afghanistan offers an opportunity to repair Turkey-NATO relations

14. Back in Exile: Afghan Stories of a Near Distant Past

15. From Saigon to Kabul: Losing the Battle, Winning the War

16. Trump, the Middle East, and North Africa: Just Leave Things to the Proxies?

17. Urban Drivers of Political Violence

18. Afghanistan’s Rising Civilian Death Toll Due to Airstrikes, 2017-2020

19. Cooperation Between the United States and Pakistan: What is the Future?

20. Terrorism in Afghanistan: A Joint Threat Assessment

21. A Peacekeeping Mission in Afghanistan: Pipedream or Path to Stability?

22. Finishing Strong: Seeking a Proper Exit from Afghanistan

23. Preventing Catastrophe in Afghanistan

24. Tell Me How This Ends: Military Advice, Strategic Goals, and the “Forever War” in Afghanistan

25. Creating a Real Peace in Afghanistan

26. ‘Peace’ in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya, and Yemen

27. The State of the Fighting in the Afghan War in Mid-2019

28. The Civil Challenges to Peace in Afghanistan

29. Involuntary migration, inequality, and integration: National and subnational influences

30. Dilemmas and Experiences of International Support for Inclusive Peacebuilding

31. Iraq After ISIS: The Other Half of Victory Dealing with the Civil Dimension

32. Terrorism: U.S. Strategy and the Trends in Its “Wars” on Terrorism

33. The Afghan Taliban's Relationship with Pakistan

34. Trump’s Withdrawal from Syria: Not Unexpected and a Victory for the “Astana Three”

35. Dilemmas and experiences of international support for inclusive peacebuilding

36. Election Forensics Toolkit and Guide

37. Afghanistan’s Age of Transformation

38. Afghanistan Order of Battle

39. Second Doha Meeting on Peace and Security in Afghanistan

40. Moving towards Peace in Afghanistan

41. Consultations on Afghanistan

42. Afghan Economic Policy, Institutions and Society Since 2001

43. Ten Years in Afghanistan’s Pech Valley

44. The Human Terrain System: Operationally Relevant Social Science Research in Iraq and Afghanistan

45. Strategic Insights: The Will To Fight

46. Using Target Audience Analysis to Aid Strategic Level Decisionmaking

47. The Strategic Lessons Unlearned from Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan: Why the ANSF Will Not Hold, and the Implications for the U.S. Army in Afghanistan

48. Development Challenges and Tools in Conflict Environments

49. Afghanistan's Emerging Mining Oligarchy

50. Talking with the Taliban: Should the Afghan Constitution Be a Point of Negotiation?

51. Do Mobile Phone Surveys Work in Poor Countries?

52. Women’s Leadership Roles in Afghanistan

53. Understanding and Countering Violent Extremism in Afghanistan

54. Transition in Afghanistan: Losing the Forgotten War?

55. First Doha Meeting on Security in Afghanistan

56. No, But Yes. Military Intervention in the New Era: Implications for the Canadian Armed Forces

57. Youth Mobilization and Political Constraints in Afghanistan

58. Afghanistan: the view from Russia

59. Cooperative Security: NATO's Partnership Policy in a Changing World

60. Conditions for a Successful Transition in Afghanistan Post-2014

61. Afghanistan after the Drawdown

62. The Challenges to Transition in Afghanistan: 2014-2015

63. Augmenting Our Influence: Alliance Revitalization and Partner Development

64. US Reconstruction Aid for Afghanistan: The Dollars and Sense

65. What War Has Wrought in Afghan Women's Lives

66. Democratic Aspirations and Destabilizing Outcomes in Afghanistan

67. The "Home Game" - Countering Violent Extremism within NATO

68. Women and Girls in the Afghanistan Transition

69. Rethinking Afghan Local Governance Aid After Transition

70. A Counterterrorism Role for Pakistan's Police Stations

71. Afghanistan Reconnected: Regional Economic Security Beyond 2014

72. Stronger Together: Women Parliamentarians in Joint Action for Peace and Security

73. Researching Ethnic Relations as the Outcome of Political Processes

74. Pakistan and Afghanistan: International Indicators of Progress

75. Security Transition in Afghanistan

76. The Civil Transition in Afghanistan: 2014-2016

77. Losing the "Forgotten War" The U.S. Strategic Vacuum in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Central Asia

78. The "Home Game" Counting Violent Extremism within NATO

79. Afghanistan's Political Transition

80. Soldiers of Misfortune?

81. Resetting Pakistan's Relations with Afghanistan

82. Women and Inclusive Peace Building in Afghanistan

83. A Key Update: Afghan Forces on the Edge of Transition: Sharply Contradictory Data on Levels of Violence

84. The Civil Transition in Afghanistan: The Metrics of Crisis?

85. Afghan Forces on the Edge of Transition - Volume I Introduction, US Policy, and Cuts in US Forces and Spending

86. Afghan Forces on the Edge of Transition–IV: Progress in Afghan Force Development

87. Afghanistan's Insurgency after the Transition

88. Extreme Violence and the Rule of Law: Lessons From Eastern Afghanistan

89. The Afghan National Police in 2015 and Beyond

90. The Resurgence of Al-Qaeda in Syria and Iraq

91. The Baluch insurgency: linking Iran to Pakistan

92. Sharia and Women's Rights in Afghanistan

93. Limiting Armed Drone Proliferation

94. Iran's Afghan Shiite Fighters in Syria

95. NATO in an Era of Global Competition

96. Trends in Militancy across South Asia

97. US AND IRANIAN STRATEGIC COMPETITION: The Impact of Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and Central Asia

98. Eve Geri Dönüş

99. Changing US Security Strategy: The Search for Stability and the "Non-War" against "Non-Terrorism"

100. Transition in Afghanistan: 2009-2013