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Militancy in Pakistan and Impacts on U.S. Foreign Policy

  • By Saba Imtiaz
August 25, 2014
The state of internal security in Pakistan is a potentially disruptive factor for the U.S.-Pakistan relationship. Even if there is no threat posed to the U.S. and/or American interests by Pakistan-based militant groups, the United States is concerned by the rise of religious militancy in Pakistan and the risks it poses to the state, to its ability to govern effectively, and the toll it is taking on the civilian population. 
 

TESTIMONY: The Islamic State: A Persistent Threat

July 29, 2014
Though the challenges to American interests in the Middle East could hardly be more complex or interrelated, I will attempt to focus sharply on the danger posed by the so-called Islamic State, which today controls approximately 30 percent of Syria and significant portions of Iraq.
 

Boots on the Ground or Robots in the Sky

  • By
  • Evelyn Crunden,
  • New America Foundation
January 22, 2014 |
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Strategic Empathy

  • By Matt Waldman, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
April 9, 2014
As the United States withdraws from Afghanistan, it leaves violence and uncertainty in its wake. The election of a new Afghan president gives some grounds for optimism and could improve the fraught relationship between Afghanistan and the U.S. But no Afghan election since the 2001 intervention has brought about a diminution in violence – and the conflict shows no signs of abating. The Taliban is powerful, tenacious and increasingly deadly. Civilian casualties are rising and the fighting forces some 10,000 Afghans from their homes every month.  The linchpin of the U.S.

Study: NSA BULK Surveillance Programs Do Little to Prevent Terrorism

January 13, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC – In the wake of the uproar caused by the leaks from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, President Obama, the NSA director and members of Congress defended the NSA surveillance programs by claiming they helped thwart more than 50 potential terrorist events in more than 20 countries around the world.

Jihadists Focus on Prison Breaks

  • By
  • Peter Bergen,
  • Bailey Cahall,
  • New America Foundation
August 1, 2013 |

New View of Drone Death Toll

  • By
  • Peter Bergen,
  • Jennifer Rowland,
  • New America Foundation
July 26, 2013 |

Al Qaeda in Yemen: On the Ropes

  • By
  • Peter Bergen,
  • Jennifer Rowland,
  • New America Foundation
July 18, 2013 |

From Benghazi to Boston: The State of the Jihad

  • By
  • Peter Bergen,
  • New America Foundation
July 16, 2013 |

Bin Laden's Life on the Run

  • By
  • Peter Bergen,
  • New America Foundation
July 9, 2013 |
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