The Global War on Terror, launched after the 9/11 attacks and then fought disastrously forever, has led to extremism coming home to roost in the US.
Victory against the US, ethnic conflict within Afghanistan and disappointment with Islamabad could lead the Taliban to create a new Pashtun state on the ruins of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
In the past, international criminals in the Arab world have rarely faced justice, but a landmark trial in Germany signals the legal landscape is changing.
Afghans are increasingly turning to cryptocurrency, but does this trend pose security concerns?
Fueled by jihad, opium and desperation, the Taliban have turned their sights on Kashmir as they did in the late 1990s, making the world a more dangerous place.
The very real threats of mass hunger and sectarian violence will lead to greater suffering in Afghanistan.
In this edition of The Interview, political analyst Anas Altikriti shares his insights into the events in Afghanistan and the war in Iraq.
Millions might die if major powers and the international community do not contain the Taliban and their patron Pakistan. This is the first of a three-part series.