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In a separate blog entitled “Another look at our Kashmir policy” I have talked about our policy on Kashmir and India. Here I would like to focus on Pakistan’s Afghan policy. First a bit of history. If we look at
The drone war expanded immensely under the Obama administration, as the operators began practicing both signature strikes, where targets are chosen based on patterns of suspicious behavior and double taps, where multiple attacks hit the same spot
The Haqqani network, the Taliban-linked group of militants, mostly operates in eastern provinces and Kabul and has been responsible for many high profile attacks against security forces. They tried to launch terror attacks during the national
In the United States in the aftermath of raging in the western and central parts of the snow storm death toll rose to 13 people, according to NBC News. Fatalities in road accidents due to the collapse of power lines and falling trees were
Afghanistan's President states he will not anon promise a aegis accord with the United States bare a advocacy by an accumulation of Afghan elders and managers that he do so by the end of the year. Hamid Karzai batten after
Follow @nytimesworld for international breaking news and headlines. Failure to sign the agreement in the coming weeks would be seen as a signal to the world that Afghanistan is not committed to a partnership with its supporters and that it is willing
Children were finally free to fly kites, women emerged from behind their burqas and girls could again dream of going to school...Afghan women have seats in parliament, run businesses and even serve as police officers and park rangers. In its
Between 10 to 15 thousand foreign troops may stay in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of NATO troops in late 2014 if Kabul to sign a bilateral security agreement with the United States, announced the Afghan president, Hamid Karzai.
Afghan president Hamid Karzai has told a gathering of elders that the signing of a security deal struck Wednesday with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry should be put off until after next year's Afghan presidential election if it is approved by the
Afghan tribal elders are to meet tomorrow to discuss the fate of a joint Afghanistan-US security agreement that will see the security arrangements for Afghanistan after the majority of the US’ forces leave the country in 2014.