The continued presence of Turkish troops in Afghanistan may ameliorate some of the risks in Kabul, but realistically it cannot offer a lasting remedy for Afghanistan's impending problems.
Our Afghan allies still have a war to fight against the dysfunctional immigration apparatus they've been dealt. Marooning them with no escape route and at the mercy of the Taliban will be a death sentence for many.
A global treaty to end violence against women and girls will remind the government of Afghanistan, as well as governments around the world, that certain behaviors are unacceptable, and that the world is watching.
Though politicians are quick to speak on behalf of members of the U.S. military to justify their warmaking, the evidence shows that support for withdrawal is actually higher among veterans than in the general public.
We need to ensure elected and appointed officials remain in their constitutional lanes.
It is important that President Joe Biden implement a refugee cap of 125,000 next year—double the current ceiling—to save lives and change even more futures for the better.
The withdrawal of the Americans and risk of a possible civil war in Afghanistan could negatively impact important projects like the Belt and Road Initiative and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, threatening China's long-term interests in the region.
We need to be actively involved in contributing to a peaceful future and that means significantly increasing the refugee quota for Afghanistan, doubling down on diplomatic engagement and committing financial assistance to the Afghan people.
A little support would go a long way for the thousands of Afghans who sacrificed so much for the United States and don't have a Marine veteran greeting them at the airport.
Secularists can hope that real change with the Taliban will proceed rapidly, with them reducing their rigid ideology to work in sync with the rest of Afghanistan's political establishment.
We should have ended the war well over a decade ago, but we can't change the past.
At least 13 others were wounded in a suspected drone strike targeting ISIS.
The photographs belong to a larger collection of images taken between September 11, 2001 and January 22, 2009.
At least nine killed in what the U.S. military called possible "collateral damage" in battle to oust Taliban.
Peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban were suspended on Friday at the request of the Taliban.
Jim Gant lived with former Washington Post reporter Ann Scott Tyson in a Conex hut in a tribal village overrun with militants, according to ABC News.
The talk concluded with an agreement to meet again after the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism released their monthly tally of American drone strikes on Tuesday.
A new report confirmed five airstrikes that killed between 35 and 44 people in 2015.