Posts Tagged ‘war on terror’

Eurasia Review, By Shahzad Masood Roomi

22 April 2011

Pakistan has been caught in a vicious circle due to the prolonged Afghan conflict and complete indecision by the political and military establishment about conclusion of this war and Pakistan’s role. Pakistan has suffered more fatalities in so-called War on terror than the ones faced by the US and NATO forces combined in Afghanistan during the last 9 years. But still Washington assesses Islamabad’s role in War on terror (WoT) with suspicion. (more…)

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Published 17 June, 2010,

It’s been close to 10 years since the United States sent troops into the country of Afghanistan in the “War on Terror.” Nearly a decade later, more than 1,000 Americans have been killed.

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Text of editorial in Pashto entitled “Reviewing nature of war on terror” by state-owned Afghan newspaper Hewad on 30 July

The recent report published by Pentagon on situation in Afghanistan says armed insurgents may further increase their attacks. The report also says that despite the killing of many Taleban commanders in the operations launched by the coalition and NATO forces, they are still capable of carrying out serious attacks and causing security incidents in other areas. (more…)

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