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The president's goals in escalating the war in Afghanistan are deeply flawed. Just ask the Russians.
An assessment of what Obama said -- and what he didn't say.
The negotiators in Copenhagen are likely to address only half the story, argues columnist Walden Bello.
The United States can learn from the mistakes made in Iraq to craft a new approach to Afghanistan.
George W. Bush has a cafe and a street named for him in Tirana. Is a statue next?
Escalation has just brought more death and destruction. More escalation could close off opportunities for a political solution.
President Obama is on the verge of making a profound mistake by sending more troops to Afghanistan, argues columnist Conn Hallinan.
Much of the Afghanistan debate has been centered in the U.S. But what do Afghans think?
A new report gives the impression that the opium trade is the main reason why the Taliban are gaining in strength, absolving the United States and NATO of their own responsibility in fomenting the insurgency.
Pakistani support for al-Qaeda has declined. But so has support for U.S. policy.