Afghanistan

Professor Jeremy Black on the 19th century cold war over Asia between Russian and Britain

A trip to Afghanistan to report on the destruction of the opium crop almost resulted in death

Are we witnessing the usual ups and downs in the anglosphere relationship or do countries really only act in self interest?

Tony Blair was right to take on the Taliban after 9/11

This 9/11 documentary gained extraordinary access to the key decision makers, deploying the material with skill and confidence

Even a good retreat would not have rescued a bad war

The public image of the 43rd President of the United States has undergone a surprising revival

What are the strategic options for American defence policy following the Afghanistan withdrawal?

Twenty years later, it’s hard to remember how the world reacted with a unity unthinkable today