Established in 2008, the Commission is required to study, assess and make recommendations concerning wartime contracting for the reconstruction, logistical support, and the performance of security functions in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Commission's major objectives include a thorough assessment of the systemic problems identified with interagency wartime contracting..."
From the Brookings Institution. A statistical compilation of economic, public opinion and security data. This resource will provide updated and historical information on various data, including crime, infrastructure, casualties, unemployment, Afghan security forces and coalition troop strength.
AREU was established in 2002 by the assistance community working in Afghanistan and has a board of directors with representation from donors, the United Nations and other multilateral agencies, and non-governmental organisations.
The CSBA is an independent, non-partisan policy research institute established to promote innovative thinking and debate about national security strategy and investment options. Enter "Afghanistan" in the keyword search box and use the drop down menu options to refine your search.
"The International Crisis Group is now generally recognised as the world’s leading independent, non-partisan, source of analysis and advice to governments, and intergovernmental bodies like the United Nations, European Union and World Bank, on the prevention and resolution of deadly conflict". See alsoother reports on Afghanistan
Links to archive (2009 and back) of key reports, articles, documents and websites relating to the war and its aftermath in Afghanistan and the conflict in Iraq. From the Project on Defense Alternatives.