The two leaders stressed the strength of their relationship and vowed to protect each other’s interests.
Zalmay Khalilzad is blaming Afghans for the failures that resulted from his deal with the Taliban.
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The group has claimed responsibility for the bombing outside the Kabul airport.
The U.S. military is downplaying the Taliban’s gains, and the U.S. and U.N. are pretending there is a viable peace process.
The Taliban has freed many al-Qaeda fighters in jailbreaks. And then there’s the Haqqani Network.
Understanding the “Three Warfares” concept China is already using against Taiwan—and the U.S.
It might be time to revisit the lab-leak theory.
It’s important, but it’s not the only national security issue.
Both groups continue to evolve, and jihadism remains a major security concern.
The intelligence community is inundated with ‘low to moderate confidence’ information frequently. Why did this get so much attention?
As threats mount across the globe, the public’s faith in government institutions has been shaken.