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Robert I. Rotberg

Losing the war in Afghanistan

By Robert I. Rotberg
April 2, 2007

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THE UNITED States and NATO are about to lose the war in Afghanistan to an insurgent, revived Taliban. Deprived of sufficient firepower and soldiers, Allied forces are failing to hunt down and contain the Taliban, especially in the southern part of the country. Moreover, the crucial battle for Pashtun hearts and minds is also about to be lost. Only the ... (Full article: 766 words)

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