This is a guest post by Kendrick Kuo, a grad student at Johns Hopkins and China specialist with a wealth of field experience in China and the Middle East. You can check out more of his work at his own blog, http://asiancrescent.com. Chinese foreign policy toward Central Asia and the Muslim world at large remains […]
Registan’s Afghanistan News & Analysis Archive
Since the terrorist attacks in New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington DC in 2001, significant international effort has been poured into creating a stable and secure Afghanistan. Much of the public and media attention has been focused on combat operations, the relationship between security in Pakistan and security in Afghanistan, and corruption in Afghanistan’s government. While these are important issues, critical questions about what the future holds for Afghanistan and its neighbors linger, especially with the looming deadline for ISAF to turn over responsibility for security to the government of Afghanistan.
Registan.net frequently features news and analysis on Afghanistan, with special emphasis on ISAF’s efforts to stabilize the country and how the war in Afghanistan shapes the overall South and Central Asia policies of the United States. Several of our contributors have worked for government, business, and development clients providing analytic support on culture, society, geography, and security in Afghanistan. Coupled with our strong expertise and experience in Central Asia, Registan is uniquely poised to helping organizations navigate the challenges and identify the opportunities that will rise in Afghanistan and South Asia in decade to come.
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