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The CIA Led War reopens in Afghanistan

After the announcement of president Trump new South Asian strategy and according to our sources within the American intelligence community, the US forces will double their offensives on insurgency/Taliban which the Pentagon refers to special operations, known as ‘surge’. Many US Non-Official Cover (NOCs) or espionage activities will be increased. Furthermore the CIA and US intelligence community will multiply their Afghan ‘Snitches’ and ...

Sohail Ajmal
Опубликовано:
25.10.2017 15:25:13

Interview with Pugwash Secretary General Paolo Cotta-Ramusino

... troops there, the situation has not improved. N.S.: Why? What are the reasons? P. C-R.: I think that there have been lots of mistakes in dealing with the situation. To begin with, there has been the Bonn Conference of 2001 that completely cut off the Taliban. The Taliban are still present in Afghanistan. The Taliban cannot win over the Government of Afghanistan and the Government of Afghanistan cannot eliminate the Taliban. Moreover, there are other groups which are more dangerous, such as DAESH. ...

Пагуошский комитет Российский
Опубликовано:
28.03.2017 15:40:00

The beginning of a new chapter of proxy war in Afghanistan

... revitalized its great middle-east strategy in order to dominate and pursue its geopolitical objectives in the region US, NATO and other Strategic allies of America stationed thousands of troops in the country to fight the so-called Al-Qaida and its allies the Taliban movement in Afghanistan and Pakistan as part of the US war on terror strategy despite the heavily armed presence of US and its allies in the region no sign of eradication of the radical Islam is witnessed, rather radical Islamic movements (Al-Qaida,...

Sohail Ajmal
Опубликовано:
09.11.2016 15:03:00

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