Regions / Europe & Central Asia
Fouad Pervez and Sharad Joshi argue over the best way to move forward with U.S.-Pakistan relations.
The sine qua non of any Af-Pak policy has to be a permanent rollback of the Taliban's armed capabilities.
The United States has to abandon its military approach to fighting terrorism and turn Pakistan into a true ally.
Russia and the United States are talking about abolition.
Unless there's a willingness to critically re-examine the war, the threat of another war in the name of liberal internationalism looms large.
In FPIF's strategic dialogue on Yugoslavia, Ed Herman and John Feffer debate different interpretations of the conflict that occurred in the region 10 years ago.
Surges backfire, columnist Conn Hallinan argues, so the Obama administration should be looking at a different way of solving the great game in Afghanistan.
Key NATO members are talking nuclear reductions. But what about NATO itself?
This is one of the questions that Obama and the Europeans must ask.
An army is only as good as its supply lines, which means that NATO is in trouble in Afghanistan.