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1. Afghanistan: Where US-Iranian interests may yet intersect

2. Austrian Migration Policy and the Events in Afghanistan and Belarus

3. The Interests of Turkey and Iran in Afghanistan: Threats and Challenges

4. Toppling Foreign Governments: The Logic of Regime Change, Melissa Willard-Foster

5. Afghanistan Ahead of the Next Turbulent Presidential Election

6. United States Budgetary Costs of the Post-9/11 Wars Through FY2019: $5.9 Trillion Spent and Obligated

7. Old Habits, New Consequences: Pakistan's Posture toward Afghanistan since 2001

8. The Civil Transition in Afghanistan: 2014-2016

9. India: A Reluctant Partner for Afghanistan

10. Iran's Continuing Interests in Afghanistan

11. Afghanistan at a Crossroads: Recommendations for the UN Security Council on the 2014 UNAMA mandate

12. Putting State Legitimacy at the Center of Foreign Operations and Assistance

13. An Interview with Lieutenant General Mike Flynn

14. Back to the future for Syria

15. Common Strategies for Women in Transition Countries

16. Central Asia and the Afghanistan Security Dilemma: Amelioration, Retrograde, or Status Quo? Central Asia's Role in Regional Security Regarding Afghanistan after 2014

17. GAO Report on Security Force Assistance: More Detailed Planning and Improved Access to Information Needed to Guide Efforts of Advisor Teams in Afghanistan

18. An Interview with Dennis Blair

19. The Insurgents: David Petraeus and the Plot to Change the American Way of War

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

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

22. Getting the Military Out of Pakistani Politics

23. Afghan Perspectives on Achieving Durable Peace

24. Military Responses and Capabilities in Canada's Domestic Context Post 9/11

25. Intervening for Peace? Dilemma's of Liberal Internationalism and Democratic Reconstruction in Afghanistan

26. Al-Qa'ida's Center of Gravity in a Post-Bin Ladin World

27. Afghanistan: Searching for Political Agreement

28. Pakistan in the Danger Zone

29. Corruption and Social Trust in Afghanistan

30. India-US and India-East Asia Relations

31. Contemporary Threats to Canada and the Canadian Forces

32. Drug Production and Trafficking, Counterdrug Policies, and Security and Governance in Afghanistan

33. Adjusting to Stabilization and Reconstruction Operations

34. Helping Others Defend Themselves

35. High Times on the Silk Road: The Central Asian Paradox

36. Regional Overview

37. The Afghan National Development Strategy: The Right Plan at the Wrong Time?

38. The Private Sector in Security Sector Reform: Essential But Not Yet Optimized

39. Can the Right War Be Won?

40. Al-Qa'ida's Pakistan Strategy

41. Warlords As Bureaucrats: The Afghan Experience

42. Tajikistan: On the Road to Failure

43. PolicyWatch #1341: Pakistani Elections and the Middle East

44. Why the Gulf matters: crafting an Australian security policy for the Gulf

45. "The Rise of Afghanistan's Insurgency: State Failure and Jihad"

46. Taliban Propaganda: Winning the War of Words?

47. Fragility, Instability, and the Failure of States: Assessing Sources of Systemic Risk

48. Airpower: The Flip Side of COIN

49. Bridging Modernity and Tradition: Rule of Law and Search for Justice in Afghanistan

50. Opium and Afghanistan: Reassessing U.S. Counternarcotics Strategy

51. State, Security and Economy in Afghanistan: Current Challenges, Possible Solutions

52. Creating Stability and Prosperity in Afghanistan and the Region

53. Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Iraq

54. Afghanistan's Endangered Compact

55. Fragile States and U.S. Foreign Assistance: Show Me the Money

56. The Economics of Young Democracies: Policies and Performance

57. Pakistan's Tribal Areas: Appeasing the Militants

58. Countering Afghanistan's Insurgency: No Quick Fixes

59. Pakistan: The Worsening Conflict in Balochistan

60. Afghan Insurgency Still A Potent Force

61. Afghans, International Community Chart A Joint Path Forward

62. The Defense Monitor: Congress Steps Back From Nukes

63. Living on a Life Support Machine: The Challenge of Rebuilding Afghanistan

64. Resolving the Pakistan- Afghanistan Stalemate

65. Afghanistan Elections: Endgame or New Beginning?

66. Building State and Security in Afghanistan and the Region

67. Elections and Security in Afghanistan

68. Building a New Afghanistan: The Value of Success, the Cost of Failure

69. Hidden Costs of War

70. You, The People: The United Nations, Transitional Administration, and State-Building

71. State Building and Security in Afghanistan and the Region

72. Stability and Viability in Afghanistan

73. Post Conflict Governance: From Rubble to Reconstruction

74. Chechnya Weekly: Putin Leveling Accusations at US Officials?

75. Chechnya Weekly: No Evidence of Chechens in Afghanistan

76. Afghanistan: The Constitutional Loya Jirga

77. Peacebuilding in Afghanistan

78. Afghanistan: Women and Reconstruction

79. Uzbekistan's Reform Program: Illusion or Reality?

80. Afghanistan: Judicial Reform and Transitional Justice

81. The Politics of Center-Periphery Relations in Afghanistan

82. Refugees and the Myth of the Borderless World

83. Fighting the War against Terrorism: Elite Forces, Yes; Conscripts, No

84. Filling the Vacuum: Prerequisites to Security in Afghanistan

85. The Afghan Transitional Administration: Prospects and Perils

86. The Loya Jirga: One Small Step Forward?

87. The IMU and the Hizb-ut-Tahrir: Implications of the Afghanistan Campaign

88. Center-periphery Relations in the Afghan State: Current Practices, Future Prospects

89. Strange Victory: A critical appraisal of Operation Enduring Freedom and the Afghanistan war

90. Post-Conflict Peace Operations and Governance in Afghanistan

91. Global Humanitarian Emergencies: Trends and Projections, 2001-2002