The motivations behind Afghan Taliban leaders arrest in Pakistan

Mar 30, 2010 The motivations behind Afghan Taliban leaders arrest in Pakistan Saifullah Ahmadzai, a senior research analyst at (CAPS) 15th March 2010 The Christian Science Monitor reported that Pakistani officials had arrested seven out of fifteen Members of the Afghan Taliban leadership council. Among the arrested leaders were, Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar including many

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Afghanistan: Rethinking the Primacy of the Military Solution

Feb 05, 2010 Afghanistan: Rethinking the Primacy of the Military Solution Rep. Mike Honda Rep. Mike Honda and Hekmat Karzai Read More: Afghanistan , Congressional Progressive Caucus , Hamid Karzai , Hekmat Karzai , Mike Honda , World News Recent announcements on the war in Afghanistan -- from U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates's call for

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Time to Get Afghanistan Right

Jul 12, 2009 Time to Get Afghanistan Right By Hekmat Karzai and Hydar Akbar After seven and a half years of international engagement, Afghanistan is at a very important turns a daunting set of challenges: a ruthless insurgency, comprised of militant groups with different capabilities and objectives; the government still struggles with corruption and delivery

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The United States Shakes-Up Military Command in Afghanistan

Jun 15, 2009 The United States Shakes-Up Military Command in Afghanistan By Hyder Akbar During this pastweek, headlines about Afghanistan were dominated by the news that Gen. McKiernan, head of American forces in Afghanistan, had been sacked and relieved of his duties half way into the traditional two-year tour. The decision was announced in a

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Is the West losing the Pashtuns?

Jun 08, 2009 Is the West losing the Pashtuns? By Hekmat Karzai in Kabul The Pashtuns say the West disregards civilian casualties [GALLO/GETTY] In the middle of the night on December 17, Amir Hassan, his wife, and their 14-year-old nephew were killed during a Coalition Forces operation in the eastern Afghan province of Khost. Qudratullah,Hassan's

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New Princeton Report Recommends New Regional Compact to Improve Afghanistan’s Security, Development

Dec 26, 2008 New Princeton Report Recommends New Regional Compact to Improve Afghanistan's Security, Development - Emphasizes combined civil-military approach and change in strategic culture - Princeton, NJ – December 22, 2008 – A new report published by the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs recommends

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The Asian Security Landscape after the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq

Nov 17, 2008 The Asian Security Landscape after the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq This White Paper is a collaborative product of the Council for Asian Terrorism Research. Its conclusions are derived from the deliberations of the “After Iraq Round table” and research papers from the proceedings of previous CATR Biannual International Symposiums. Click Here:

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The Significance of the Elections in Pakistan

Mar 07, 2008 The Significance of the Elections in Pakistan Hekmat Karzai 27 February 2008 Pakistan held its parliamentary elections in a transparent manner. While these elections are a milestone for the country, it will have serious implications on Pakistan, the region and the international community. ON 18 FEBRUARY, the people of Pakistan went to

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