2 edition of Strategic options for the way ahead in Afghanistan and Pakistan found in the catalog.
Strategic options for the way ahead in Afghanistan and Pakistan
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services.
Shipping list no.: 2010-0086-P.
|Series||S. hrg -- 111-169|
|LC Classifications||KF26 .A7 2009a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 67 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||2009526354|
The swift tactical victory in the winter of has since given way to a year diplomatic and military stalemate leaving all major participants, primarily Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the US Author: Jackson Holahan. In June , the RAND Corporation and the Royal Danish Defence College hosted a conference titled “Afghanistan: State and Society, Great Power Politics, and the Way Ahead”. The two-day event, held in Copenhagen, was attended by more than politicians, scholars, academics, and representative of both governmental and nongovernmental Cited by: 2.
Aug 21, · WASHINGTON — President Trump’s new strategy for Afghanistan reflects the lack of viable options for winning a war that has dragged on for nearly 16 years with no end in sight. Aug 21, · More in Afghanistan: The Way Forward terrorist organizations in Afghanistan and Pakistan. security team to undergo a comprehensive review of all strategic options in Afghanistan.
Nov 24, · Moreover, the primary strategic issue is not actually Afghanistan but Pakistan, and the truly significant balance of power in the region is actually that between Pakistan and India. Ever since independence, these two countries partitioned from the same portion of the British Empire have maintained uneasy and sometimes violent relations. Aug 21, · The president is expected to green light the deployment of around 4, additional U.S. troops to Afghanistan and put new pressure on nearby Pakistan to stop giving safe haven to terrorists. "The strategic process was sufficiently rigorous and did not go in with a preset condition in.
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The region encompassing Afghanistan and Pakistan (Af/Pak region) is undergoing a fundamental strategic change. This book analyses the nature of this strategic change, in ordre to seek possible future scenarios and to examine policy options.
It also undertakes a critical review of the basic elements of the Western strategic approach towards dealing with regional conflicts in all parts of the world, with special emphasis on the Af/Pak region. So understand, the road ahead will be long and there will be difficult days ahead.
But we will seek lasting partnerships with Afghanistan and Pakistan that promise a new day for their people. And we will use all elements of our national power to defeat al Qaeda, and to defend America, our allies, and all.
Ahead of President Obama's December review of the U.S. war effort in Afghanistan, a new Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)-sponsored Independent Task Force report on U.S. Strategy for Pakistan and. Oct 07, · A valid Afghan strategy cannot be separate from what happens in Pakistan. Afghanistan and Pakistan are so different that the US must effectively coordinate two different strategies to achieve common ends.
At the same time, it is clear that Afghanistan’s future will play a critical role in defining Pakistan’s security and vice versa. The ‘way ahead’ in Afghanistan, and the US strategy of ‘thinking about war’: ‘just governance’, ‘civil-military campaign plans’, ‘security bubbles’ Abstract The paper considers performativity as it applies to war and practices of violence in the context of the globalized post-cold war security environment.
Oct 09, · The differences in the approaches of the US towards Afghanistan, India and Pakistan as part of the new strategy in Afghanistan and South Asia for have respectively led to three responses.
The Kabul authorities had been expecting, and. Feb 19, · Afghanistan Pays the Price of its Strategic Geographical Location September 12, | Abbas Ali Sultani The strategic geographical location of Afghanistan has made the country most vulnerable state in terms of hosting the great game of politics among the super and atomic powers like, America, China Russia, India, Pakistan and Iran.
Afghanistan Defence Forum Discussions relating to the Afghanistan Defence and Strategic Affairs. Afghan conflict, keep it strictly related to Afghanistan.
Anything related to Pakistan. Apr 25, · If the principal American aim is to maintain a strategic outpost in Afghanistan to assert U.S. predominance in the region, then this initiative is against U.S. interests. If the U.S. goal is to stabilize Afghanistan with the support of its neighbors — the only way it ever has been stabilized — this framework is a starting point worth testing.
Aug 01, · The way ahead in Afghanistan. By Bradley Peniston. He has also more than doubled the drone strikes against terrorist targets in Afghanistan and Pakistan. In a May visit to Washington, Afghan President Hamid Karzai also received a promise from the White House for a deeper, long-term strategic relationship that will cement the U.S.
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In this definitive account of the conflictCited by: Jul 13, · Saban Center Senior Fellow Bruce Riedel served as chairman of President Obama's Strategic Review of U.S. Policy toward Afghanistan and Pakistan. Feb 15, · NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Steve Coll, dean of the Columbia School of Journalism, about his new book, Directorate S: The C.I.A and America's Secret Wars in Afghanistan and Pakistan, Aug 30, · The Key Role Pakistan Is Playing In U.S.-Taliban Talks Critics have long contended that Pakistan has offered the Taliban shelter, if not outright support.
Now the country is facilitating. Sep 11, · New Documents Detail America's Strategic Response to 9/ Mahmoud is ostensibly seeking to get the Taliban to cooperate "so that ‘the barrel of the gun would shift away from Afghanistan,' only in this way would Pakistan avoid ‘the fall out' from a military attack on its neighbor."Yet despite Mahmoud's efforts the Taliban remained.
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read more To receive testimony on strategic options for the way ahead in Afghanistan and Pakistan. entitled “Afghanistan: State and Society, Great Power Politics, and the Way Ahead.” This two-day event, held in Copenhagen, was attended by more than politicians, scholars, academ-ics, oﬃcers, and representative of both governmental and nongovernmental institutions from.War in Afghanistan: Strategy, Military Operations, and Issues for Congress Congressional Research Service Summary With a deteriorating security situation and no comprehensive political outcome yet in sight, most observers view the war in Afghanistan as open-ended.
By earlya growing number ofCited by: Aug 02, · The U.S. has two real world strategic options. The first is to simply go on dealing with Pakistan on the present basis. This does not mean ignoring Pakistan's real world actions, but adding some level of pressure—although a series of explicit public white papers on Pakistan's actions and the role of ISIS in supporting terrorism might add to U.S.