Join us as we look back at the legacy of Richard Holbrooke, the American super diplomat who couldn't quite achieve all his goals in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
As we reach the tenth anniversary of the conflict in Afghanistan, the U.S. National Guard is showing signs of the stress it's been undergoing. But might some changes be in the future?
Afghanistan's justice system is in shambles, but some are trying to restore the country's faith in the rule of law while protecting women and girls.
The influx of cash that accompanied foreign aid agencies, diplomats and private security firms led to the growth of business in Kabul, but security is still a big hurdle for the city.
According to UNICEF, more than 30 percent of children of elementary-school age are working on the streets in Afghanistan and are often their family's sole breadwinners.
Some estimate the number of widows in Afghanistan could be up to two million women, and many are left with few options to support themselves and their children.
A massive restoration project in a historic neighborhood in Kabul devastated by the war reveals exquisite buildings buried under garbage.
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have already cost the United States about $2.5 trillion, and researchers expect the price tag to reach some $4 trillion.
Washington's past compromises now plagues its policy throughout the Arab World: supporting an unpopular strongman in exchange for a military stronghold.
A new book details how US counterterrorism efforts evolved in the 10 years after 9/11 from a kill-and-capture strategy to one of Cold War deterrence.