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1. The Lessons of the Afghan War That No One Will Want to Learn

2. Setting the Right Conditions for Aid to Afghanistan—and Other Nations as Well

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

4. Creating a Real Peace in Afghanistan

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

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

7. The Civil Challenges to Peace in Afghanistan

8. Finishing Strong: Seeking a Proper Exit from Afghanistan

9. Preventing Catastrophe in Afghanistan

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

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

12. Transition in Afghanistan: Losing the Forgotten War?

13. Pakistan and Afghanistan: International Indicators of Progress

14. Security Transition in Afghanistan

15. The Civil Transition in Afghanistan: 2014-2016

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

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

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

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

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

21. Afghanistan's Legacy: Emerging Lessons of an Ongoing War

22. India's Role in a Changing Afghanistan

23. India: A Reluctant Partner for Afghanistan

24. Iran's Foreign Policy in Post-Taliban Afghanistan

25. Iran's Continuing Interests in Afghanistan

26. Afghanistan after the Drawdown

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

28. Afghanistan: Meeting the Real World Challenges of Transition

29. Trends in Militancy across South Asia

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

31. Drone Wars

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

33. Transition in Afghanistan: 2009-2013

34. Solving the Statebuilders' Dilemma

35. China and Afghanistan: China's Interests, Stances, and Perspectives

36. Recalibrating U.S. — Pakistan Relations

37. The FY2013 Defense Budget, Sequestration, and the Growing Strategy-Reality Gap

38. Religious Movements, Militancy, and Conflict in South Asia: cases from india, pakistan, and afghanistan

39. Religion and Militancy in Pakistan and Afghanistan

40. Afghanistan from 2012-2014: Is A Successful Transition Possible?

41. The FY2013 Defense Budget, the Threat of Defense Cuts and Sequestration and the Strategy-Reality Gap

42. The US Cost of the Afghan War: FY2002-FY2013: Cost in Military Operating Expenditures and Aid, and Prospects for "Transition."

43. The Afghan War: Creating the Economic Conditions and Civil-Military Aid Efforts Needed For Transition

44. The FY2013 Defense Budget, Deficits, Cost-Escalation, and Sequestration

45. Plan A-Minus for Afghanistan

46. Caught in the Muddle: America's Pakistan Strategy

47. Why America No Longer Gets Asia

48. A Truly Regional Economic Strategy for Afghanistan

49. Under the Shrinking U.S. Security Umbrella: India's End Game in Afghanistan?

50. Germany as a Geo-economic Power