The Conflict in Afghanistan
Left ravaged by centuries of invasion and infighting, Afghanistan showed signs of progress after the fall of the Taliban in 2002. However, the central Asian country has since lost traction as the government of Hamid Karzai struggles to retain any control outside of the capital city of Kabul, and Taliban forces show signs of resurgence.
Origins of the Conflict in Afghanistan
Although the international spotlight has only turned to Afghanistan in the last few decades, the ... read more »
The Afghanistan Conflict Today
With relations between Hamid Karzai and the United States strained, and a resurgent Taliban, ... read more »
The Impact of the Conflict in Afghanistan
Unable to exercise much control outside of Kabul and other major cities, the government of ... read more »