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Al-Qaeda Presence Limited In War
Tuesday, 08.24.2010, 03:02am
On Aug. 14, a U.S. airstrike in the northern Afghan province of Kunduz killed a Taliban commander known as Abu Baqir.

Air base expansion plans reflect long-term investment in Afghanistan
Tuesday, 08.24.2010, 03:00am
Three $100 million air base expansions in southern and northern Afghanistan illustrate Pentagon plans to continue building multimillion-dollar facilities in that country to support increased U.S. military operations well into the future

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by: Bruce G. Richardson - The New Great Game…Beware of patronizing-calls for the Partition of Afghanistan
Friday, 08.20.2010, 11:03pm
Given the Obama administration’s failed counterinsurgency (COIN) strategy for Afghanistan, former U.S. Ambassador to India, Robert Blackwell, as one of an increasing number of administration officials, are advocating for a partition of the country

ANTI-MOSQUE MANIA POINTING TO DARK POLITICS AHEAD- By: Stephan Salisbary
Friday, 08.13.2010, 12:04pm

The Far-Right's Anti-Mosque Mania Spreads from Ground Zero to Across the U.S., Pointing to Dark Politics Ahead The phony 'debate' over the construction of an Islamic cultural center near the former World Trade Center portends darker things to come.


Why Isn’t the UN Investigating and Prosecuting the U.S. and NATO for War Crimes Committed in Afghanistan?
Monday, 08.09.2010, 11:09pm
There can be no peace in Afghanistan without justice for the Afghan people; there can be no justice unless the perpetrators of war crimes against the Afghans are prosecuted. The Afghan people want peace and reconciliation, but first they need their independence and justice


  + The Imponderables - by: Bruce G. Richardson
  + Dozens of Afghan refugees missing, thousands displaced
  + THE ANATOMY OF PAKISTAN
  + In Memoriam of the Homeland - Author Sameuddin Afghani
  + AFGHANISTAN NEEDS AHMAD SHAH BABA- By: Dr. Rahmat Rabi Zirakyar
  + The Amorphous War on Terror: Collective Punishment, Abandonment of Reason and - by. Bruce G. Richardson
  + Why the Taliban is winning in Afghanistan- by. William Dalrymple
  + Afghanistan's Pashtuns fight for their way of life - by: Chris Sands
  + NATO: Afghan exit emboldens Taliban
  + Afghanistan: civilian casualties 'on the rise'


 
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Mr. Bruce G. Richardson sits in a room in his Charlestown home with some of his Afghanistan photographs on the walls

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