Pamela Brown, a research intern on the Afghanistan Project, published the Fact Sheet: The Kabul Conference while at ISW, and is now pursuing a BA/MA in political science at Yale. She is a student in Yale’s Grand Strategy Program.
Wesley Morgan, is a senior at Princeton University and a Contributing Scholar at ISW. Since 2007, he has made four research trips to Iraq and Afghanistan.
James Fussell, a former Major in the US Army Special Forces and a Contributing Scholar at ISW. Mr. Fussell served two years in Northeastern Afghanistan as well as numerous other combat and non-combat deployments throughout the world. His awards include the Bronze Star and Purple Heart. He holds a Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy where he was awarded the NY State Society of the Cincinnati-Blanche S. Lutterloh memorial award for highest standing in Military History. Mr. Fussell co-produced the report: Kunar and Nuristan: Rethinking U.S.
Carl Forsberg, is a former Research Analyst at the Institute for the Study of War (ISW), where he focused on the security dynamics and politics of Southern Afghanistan. Mr. Forsberg is the author of two reports on Kandahar Province, The Taliban’s Campaign for Kandahar and Politics and Power in Kandahar. Mr. Forsberg has presented his findings on Kandahar in congressional testimony, at a weekly Pentagon forum attended by high-level experts and military officials, and at the U.S. Special Operations Command.
Nearly 700 Afghans took to the streets and threatened to block off roads in Kabul last week to protest a recent ruling by the Independent Election Commission.
The insurgency in Afghanistan’s eastern region is likely to benefit from the Pakistani military’s new military operations in Kurram Agency.
The Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is on the brink of a constitutional crisis with no clear solution.
General Dubik discusses U.S. assistance to civilian law enforcement in developing countries and lessons learned from past programs in Afghanistan & Iraq.