Posts Tagged: taliban
Pakistani constitution mandates persecution of the Ahmadi sect.
In the world of international relations, setting deadlines and creating timelines seems increasingly unproductive.
Pakistani officials believe the U.S. is trying to use the Shahzad case to pressure the country to launch a ground offensive against the militant hornets' nest in Waziristan province.
The Times Square bomber showed that the anger over U.S. foreign policy isn't just "over there."
Hamid Karzai is coming to Washington. It's time to take up his offer to negotiate an end to the war.
Afghanistan’s problems are all about governance.
A new report gives the impression that the opium trade is the main reason why the Taliban are gaining in strength, absolving the United States and NATO of their own responsibility in fomenting the insurgency.
The Afghan activist and legislator says no to the United States and NATO, the warlords, and the Taliban, and says yes to democracy.
Al-Qaeda has left Afghanistan. We should leave, too, before another soldier or civilian dies without purpose.
The military won't defeat al-Qaeda and the Taliban, writes Frida Berrigan. Nor will elections in an occupied country solve this problem.