As Ben Rhodes suggested that after 2014 having no troops in Afg is an option how would you say this debate will go on in NATO, how could and should smaller members influence this debate?
Admiral James Stavridis, Nato’s Supreme Allied Commander Europe says: Recent attacks conducted from within the Nato-Afghan security partnership are certainly troubling. That is why we are taking concrete action to ensure we reduce the potential for these incidents in the future.
Any success? The War in Afghanistan began on October 7, 2001.
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Hillary Clinton have suggested that after the death of Osama bin Laden there there is a chance Taliban will more likely be willing to negotiate.
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I would like to ask NATO and the US with honour and humbleness and not with arrogance to stop their operations in our land, Afghan President said. A spokesman for Karzai later sought to temper the remarks, saying the president meant to demand that NATO cease operations that harm civilians and that it halt its operations completely.
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Al-Qaeda’s senior leadership in the border region of Afghanistan and Pakistan is under more pressure than at any point since they fled Afghanistan nine years ago, said President Barack Obama.
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