Top Ten Globalist Features on Afghanistan
Nearly ten years after the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, how is the country faring?
July 28, 2011
|Why Afghanistan Is Like the Spanish Netherlands (Part I)
When it comes to the United States’ Afghan foray, why is it instructive to recall Don Quixote’s futile quest?
|Why Afghanistan Is Like the Spanish Netherlands (Part II)
What lessons can Imperial Spain’s travails in the Netherlands teach the United States about Afghanistan?
|Marketplace Globalist Quiz: The United States in Afghanistan
How much does it cost per year to support one U.S. service member deployed to Afghanistan?
|Afghanistan’s Arc of Modernization: 1880 to 1978
What lessons can be learned about Afghanistan from the country’s past modernization efforts?
|Afghan Women’s Desperate Cry for Help
To what lengths will some Afghan women go to escape misogynistic social customs?
|“Defeating the Taliban”: Naïveté and the American Empire
While modern “Rome” is burning, why do U.S. foreign policy elites keep meddling in overseas adventures?
|Opium-Addicted Children: Paying a Heavy Price for the Afghan War
How can years of war doom generations of children to a miserable life?
|Afghanistan for Afghans: The West’s End Game Is Promoting Governance
What is the United States hoping will be the end result of its mission in Afghanistan?
|Bin Laden and Mullah Omar: No Brothers in Arms
Would the return of the Taliban in Afghanistan really mean the next coming of al Qaeda?
|Why Afghanistan Is Lost
Will 30,000 additional U.S. troops help President Obama turn the tide in Afghanistan?