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The American Occupation of Afghanistan and the Birth of a National Liberation Movement
Friday, 09.10.2010, 10:39pm
The American Occupation of Afghanistan and the Birth of a National Liberation Movement

Seddiq Rahpoe Tarzi - Myth
Monday, 09.06.2010, 09:48pm
Again the Season of putting questions for getting the  answers, which end up to other questions, has come

Afghanistan in the struggle of internal conflicts and external invasions of the super powers
Monday, 09.06.2010, 09:45pm
Afghanistan is a mountains country, situated in south Asia with a total area of 800 000 square kilometers and around 30 million population, bordering Pakistan, Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and China

by: Bruce G. Richardson -The New Great Game…Beware of patronizing-calls for the Partition of Afghanistan
Tuesday, 08.24.2010, 06:42pm
Call for Partition:  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

Pakistanis Say Taliban Arrest Was Meant to Hurt Peace Bid
Tuesday, 08.24.2010, 03:08am
When American and Pakistani agents captured Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Taliban's operational commander, in the chaotic port city of Karachi last January, both countries hailed the arrest as a breakthrough in their often difficult partnership in fighting terrorism

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
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  + by: Bruce G. Richardson - The New Great Game…Beware of patronizing-calls for the Partition of Afghanistan
  + ANTI-MOSQUE MANIA POINTING TO DARK POLITICS AHEAD- By: Stephan Salisbary
  + Why Isn’t the UN Investigating and Prosecuting the U.S. and NATO for War Crimes Committed in Afghanistan?
  + 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


 
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