- PAUL L. YINGLING: An Absence of Strategic Thinking – On the Multitude of Lessons Not Learned in Afghanistan
- IVAN ARREGUIN-TOFT: Washington’s Colonial Conundrum in Afghanistan – Why the United States Cannot Stay Forever
- JASON LYALL: Afghanistan’s Lost Decade – What Went Wrong Between the Two Bonn Conferences
- FREDERICK W. KAGAN and KIMBERLY KAGAN: The Case for Continuing the Counterinsurgency Campaign In Afghanistan – The South May Be Under Control But the East Is Not
- ZALMAY KHALILZAD: The Three Futures for Afghanistan – Why the Country Needs a Long-Term Commitment From the United States
- Internetagentur on IVAN ARREGUIN-TOFT: Washington’s Colonial Conundrum in Afghanistan – Why the United States Cannot Stay Forever
- Gareth Lintt on Lt. Col. JOHN NAGL: A Shift in the Afghanistan Strategy-Put the National Army in Front Now
- Frank Hovsa on Jenna Jordan in the New York Times
- Matthew Montague on THOMAS C. SCHELLING: Whatever happened to Nuclear Terrorism?
- Jack on THOMAS C. SCHELLING: Whatever happened to Nuclear Terrorism?
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Tag Archives: Robert Pape
For those of you in Minnesota, Robert Pape will be speaking at an event at the University of Minnesota on the 4th of April.
Robert Pape recently presented his findings on suicide terrorism at the International House on the University of Chicago. The Chicago Maroon has a write up on that presentation. With the backing of one of the largest databases on suicide terrorism, … Continue reading
USNI has a second image level theory about the causes of WWII, and that influences their take on the causes of the war on terrorism. Maybe they are wrong. Continue reading
We finally have the videos for our conference, and we will be posting them one a day until we have posted them all.