The AfPak Channel is a unique partnership between Foreign Policy magazine and the New America Foundation that has become a premier clearinghouse of news and analysis from and about Afghanistan, Pakistan, and issues of transnational terrorism.
With dozens of contributing experts who have spent substantial amounts of time reporting in and about the region, the AfPak Channel is at the center of an important conversation about this most pressing foreign-policy challenge facing the United States, its allies, and the rest of the world. As presidents and prime ministers the world over make decisions regarding policies toward South Asia, the AfPak Channel offers insight on everything from security in Waziristan to electoral politics in Kabul to the role of al Qaeda in the global jihadist movement. Our goal is to elevate the level of discourse from punditry alone and present a nuanced examination of topics as varied as the ins and outs of tribal politics, U.S. military operations, human rights and detention issues, NATO, and occasionally the lighter side of a troubled region.
The AfPak Channel also puts out the AfPak Daily Brief, an essential collection of of news from and about South Asia, subscribed to by thousands of U.S. and international policymakers and government officials, journalists, academics, and observers from all walks of life.
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