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Iran Iran says it is "concerned" about a U.S.-Afghan strategic partnership agreement signed earlier this week that could keep an American military presence in Afghanistan for years to come. Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast says the
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks at a news conference at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels, April 18, 2012. The U.S. and Afghan governments have finalized the initial draft of a strategic partnership agreement. The deal insures American
While the headlines proclaim that thanks to a new draft agreement the U.S. will continue to defend Afghanistan for a decade after the planned 2014 withdrawal of foreign combat forces from that country, the stories themselves make clear that many of
Afghanistan (AP) — Washington has pledged in a newly agreed strategic pact to help defend Afghanistan militarily for at least a decade after the country formally takes control of its own security, an Afghan official said Monday.
Travel & Delicacy Beauty never Ends Ecological Environment Taiwan News, Staff Writer 2012-04-23 10:12 AM The U.S. and Afghan istan has completed an initial draft agreement on a strategic partnership during and after assures the Afghan people their
Months-long negotiations have finally yielded result. The United States and Afghanistan on Sunday finalized a draft agreement according to which the US will continue supporting Afghanistan even after withdrawal of its troops at the end of 2014.
But many of the most critical details remained unresolved, chief among them who would pay billions of dollars a year to support the Afghan security forces. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta said the
p>The messages aimed at different audiences are both challenged by current events in Afghanistan, where insurgents staged an impressive, coordinated attack last weekend that struck at the heart of the U.S.-backed government and international enclave
We also hope that, by the time we meet in Chicago, the United States will have concluded our negotiations with Afghanistan on a long- term strategic partnership between our two nations," she said. According to the Secretary of State, it is essential
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said today that NATO will remain in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in 2014. A small number of troops remain in the territory,