This map illustrates Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq activity inside Baghdad from December 2011 to November 2012.
This report examines the political, religious, and military resurgence of Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq (AAH) in Iraq since the withdrawal of U.S. Forces, identifying the group’s key actors, their present disposition and strategy, and their regional expansion.
The success of transitioning security responsibility to the Afghans is contingent upon their willingness and ability to receive the handoff.
This backgrounder examines the PYD within the context of regional Kurdish politics in order to forecast their likely course as the Syrian civil war unfolds.
November 21, 2012-November 29, 2012
Tentative agreement reached on disputed territories standoff, Maliki’s son, government spokesman implicated in Russian arms deal.
Will the United States continue to conduct counterterrorism operations in South Asia? That question is central to any discussion about U.S. troop presence and mission in Afghanistan.
This timeline details to activities of Ali Mussa Daqduq from his start with Hezbollah in 1983 until his release in 2012. It will be updated as new information is uncovered.