The rise of the Islamic State in Afghanistan portends serious challenges to the fragile security situation in the Afghan neighborhood. Its history and present situation give us a picture of the existing challenge.
In this article, the author tries to delve into the historical significance of TTP and how it is raising tensions for Pakistan-Afghanistan Relations.
At the end of America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, a Washington torn between Democrats and Republicans frantically began finger-pointing. This article takes a macro, retrospective view. It vouches that the Afghanistan failure is rooted in a more central American tendency. Throughout the article, that tendency is defined and explored.