Taliban Outflank U.S. War Strategy with Insider Attacks

Taliban Outflank U.S. War Strategy with Insider Attacks

Kabul : Afghanistan | Sep 20, 2012 at 9:05 AM PDT
Source: Inter Press Service
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Joint Chiefs of Staff, who has no apparent personal stake in touting the existing strategy in Afghanistan, called the attacks a very serious threat to the campaign in an interview on Saturday...We can't convince ourselves that we just have to work harder to get through it. FULL ARTICLE AT Inter Press Service
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