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Waiting for the Taliban in Afghanistan

Waiting for the Taliban in Afghanistan

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The withdrawal of international forces from Afghanistan will leave the country worse than it was before 2001 in some respects. There is no clear plan for the future. Washington will progressively lose its influence over Kabul, and drone operations in Pakistan are not a credible way to fight jihadist groups on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. The situation will only worsen after 2014, when most U.S. troops are out of the country and aid going to the Afghan government steeply declines.
The withdrawal of international forces from Afghanistan will leave the country worse than it was before 2001 in some respects. There is no clear plan for the future. Washington will progressively lose its influence over Kabul, and drone operations in Pakistan are not a credible way to fight jihadist groups on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. The situation will only worsen after 2014, when most U.S. troops are out of the country and aid going to the Afghan government steeply declines.

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Published by: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on Apr 26, 2013
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SOUTH ASIA|SEPTEMBER 2012
WAITIng fORTHE TAlIBAn InAfgHAnISTAn
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SOUTH ASIA | SepTember 2012
WAITIng fOrTHe TAlIbAn InAfgHAnISTAn
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