TITLE

US, Russia, NATO and the Future of Afghanistan: Taliban Resurgence and the Geopolitics of Oil

AUTHOR(S)
Bhadrakumar, M. K.
PUB. DATE
October 2008
SOURCE
Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus;10/20/2008, Issue 42, p4
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A reprint of the article "U.S., Russia, NATO and the Future of Afghanistan: Taliban Resurgence and the Geopolitics of Oil," by M. K. Bhadrakumar, which appeared in the October 15, 2008 issue of "The Asia Times," is presented. Several countries including the U.S. are working together to make the war on terror in Afghanistan more efficient and cost-effective. It is noted that reconciliation with the Taliban would benefit Afghanistan. Political violence is caused by local issues in the country, making Taliban a part of the solution to end terrorism.
ACCESSION #
35010253

 

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