Afghanistan: An Exit Strategy Is Not a Strategy
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Afghanistan: An Exit Strategy Is Not a Strategy

Afghanistan: An Exit Strategy Is Not a Strategy The US secretary of Defense Mark Espers travelled to Afghanistan this Sunday...
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Turkey’s Offensive in Syria Risks the Region’s Stability
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Turkey’s Offensive in Syria Risks the Region’s Stability

For some time, President Trump sought an opportunity to withdraw United States troops from northeastern Syria. He considers regional security...
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Turkey’s Military Incursion into Northeastern Syria Poses Many Risks to Regional Stability
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Turkey’s Military Incursion into Northeastern Syria Poses Many Risks to Regional Stability

President Trump’s decision to outsource the mission to fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) to...
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A revival of peace talks between the US and the Taliban
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A revival of peace talks between the US and the Taliban

A revival of peace talks between the US and the Taliban Taliban co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, his chief negotiator...
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Afghanistan election: A huge victory for the Afghan forces
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Afghanistan election: A huge victory for the Afghan forces

As the vote-counting commenced, it brought about the end of election day in Afghanistan. The precarious security situation and the...
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Afghanistan near crises now that election is over
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Afghanistan near crises now that election is over

Afghanistan near crises now that election is over Editor note: The information in this article is based on our research,...
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Drones: Weapons of Terror?
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Drones: Weapons of Terror?

Yemen’s Houthi rebels have taken responsibility of the drone attack on Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil sites in Abqaiq and Khurais....
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19th Edition of the World Summit on Counter Terrorism in Israel
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19th Edition of the World Summit on Counter Terrorism in Israel

The 19th edition of the World Summit on Counter-Terrorism was held from 9th to 12th September 2019 in Herzliya, a...
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Reintegration of Ex-Combatants in Afghanistan
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Reintegration of Ex-Combatants in Afghanistan

Taliban reintegration into Afghan society is a precarious topic, thus it is prudent to devote weighty discussion towards barriers emboldened...
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Elections 2019: Is Afghanistan Ready?
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Elections 2019: Is Afghanistan Ready?

On 17 September, a blast rocked Ashraf Ghani’s campaign rally in Parwan province, echoing the words of Mohammad Ismail Khan,...
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Extremism Assessment Series: Homegrown Islamist Extremism in the US
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Extremism Assessment Series: Homegrown Islamist Extremism in the US

Summary of Extremist Assessment There is no set profile of a homegrown violent extremist; can be any ethnicity and can...
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Trump Called Off Negotiations with Taliban: What’s Next?
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Trump Called Off Negotiations with Taliban: What’s Next?

Ahmad Mohibi's news analysis on Afghanistan's TOLOnews in regards to the 9/11 anniversary that marks the 18 years of US...
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My Reflections on 9/11 Memorial
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My Reflections on 9/11 Memorial

I distinctively remember the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 as I was barely weeks into a yearlong youth exchange...
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US-Taliban Peace Talks: So Close, Yet So Far
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US-Taliban Peace Talks: So Close, Yet So Far

The United States slowly inched toward a peace deal with the Taliban since talks in Doha, Qatar began some months...
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Assassination of top commanders paves the way for Taliban to advance
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Assassination of top commanders paves the way for Taliban to advance

Famous Afghan commander killed in Northern Afghanistan Hours into September 1st, a mine detonated and killed General Nazir Mohammad Niazi...
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Lessons From the Past: From Feminism to Women Joining Terrorist Organizations
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Lessons From the Past: From Feminism to Women Joining Terrorist Organizations

Women have always demonstrated capabilities of exerting powerful influence in the world. Undoubtedly, the Nineteenth Century provides a glorious example...
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What in the World Is Going On in Afghanistan?
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What in the World Is Going On in Afghanistan?

What in the World Is Going On in Afghanistan?
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Extremism Assessment Series: The Proud Boys
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Extremism Assessment Series: The Proud Boys

The Proud Boys participate in semi-organized violence, typically associated with political protests The group has been directly and indirectly linked...
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What in the World Is Going On in Afghanistan?
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What in the World Is Going On in Afghanistan?

The Afghan Peace Talks on the Eve of Their Presidential Election Mullah Khairullah Khaikhwah, a senior member of the Taliban,...
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Extremism Assessment Series: Sovereign Citizens Movement
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Extremism Assessment Series: Sovereign Citizens Movement

The sovereign citizen movement is often disorganized, but organized groups do exist. The spread of this extremist ideology typically exists...
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