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Newlines Institute senior analyst Rasha Al Qeedi dissects the results of the last election and how the country has changed since America’s invasion.
Ambassador Daniels Fried on why the US keeps making the same mistakes with Russia.
Attorney Jonathan Reich explains how financial safeguards against criminality are being used to target Russian dissidents and exiles from Putin’s regime.
Hungarian writer Peter Kreko explains how a Central European country of ten million became the lodestar for a new breed of North American conservative.
Atlantic contributor and USA Today columnist Tom Nichols discusses America’s political and cultural dysfunction, and why there may not be a cure.
Mike Nelson, a U.S. war veteran and visiting fellow at the National Security Institute at George Mason University, discusses the pullout from Afghanistan. And America’s place in the world.
A scholar and expert on Afghanistan Kamran Bokhari explains how various countries will respond to the Taliban takeover, and what to do about ISIS-K.
Former US Army intelligence officer Michael Pregent on the terrorist threat from Afghanistan in the wake of two horrific suicide bombings.
Journalist and author Wesley Morgan explains how Afghans integral to the U.S. war effort have been left to a grim fate in a Taliban-run country.
Afghanistan scholar and professor at the US Naval Postgraduate School Thomas Johnson explains how America bungled its longest war.
Russia’s former deputy energy minister discusses the political situation in Russia, and why Putin isn’t as strong as he looks.