The path out of war looks long and bloody.
A program that combined vocational training and cash helped decrease people's willingness to engage in pro-Taliban actions.
All is not lost, but the danger is real.
The drone strike in Yemen against the leader of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula raises the question: Does taking out a group’s leader “work“?
Lesson #1: information technology often helps repressive regimes, not activists.
The Chinese Communist Party is centralizing authority, broadcasting the self-criticisms of local officials and calling for a new morality in public life.
Five lessons from the 2014 fighting season in Afghanistan
New research shows that Afghans punish NATO for violence attacks much more than they punish the Taliban.
The killing of Hakimullah Mehsud in a drone strike has unleashed a wave of speculation about its implications.