Afghanistan 2014: How the US will Lose Yet another fruitless War (Jones)

Ann Jones writes at Tomdispatch.com: Kabul, Afghanistan — Compromise, conflict, or collapse: ask an Afghan what to expect in 2014 and you’re likely to get a scenario that falls under one of those three headings. 2014, of course, is the year of the double whammy in Afghanistan: the next presidential election coupled with the departure of most American and other [...] Full Story »

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by Randy Morrow - Jan. 30, 2013

” President Obama, for instance, announced at a joint press conference with President Karzai: “Our core objective — the reason we went to war in the first place — ... More »

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by charles Ibe - Jan. 30, 2013

Yes this is a good journalism because of how they summarize ho America loose yet fruitless war which has some possibility of reaching some sort of almost inconceivable power which is sharing agreement with multiple alliance.

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