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India's inflection point in Kabul

Written by C. Raja Mohan.

India’s current plans to intensify strategic cooperation with Afghanistan could well mark an inflection point in its regional security politics. If its approach to Afghanistan has long been marked by excessive caution, Delhi now seems ready to make bold. 920 more words



From The Taliban Shuffle (2010) by Kim Barker, in relation to the Kabul Zoo:

I had gone to the zoo, planning to use it as an interesting way to tell the history of modern Afghanistan.

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'I want to prove I can be a good leader,' says Canada's Invictus Games co-captain

Retired master corporal Natacha Dupuis is once again leading soldiers.

Eight years after losing two young troopers to a roadside bomb on her first day of command in Afghanistan — an incident that caused post-traumatic stress, depression and anxiety — Dupuis will serve as co-captain of Team Canada at this year’s Invictus Games. 1,219 more words

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China Increases Its Influence Over Afghanistan

It’s hardly a surprise that the United State is not the only state to recognize the geopolitical importance of Afghanistan. Among the other nations deeply involved in this Central Asian state is China. 747 more words


Listening to The Donald at the UN

By The Saker

September 21, 2017 “Information Clearing House” –  Late this morning, outraged emails started pouring in.  My correspondents reported “getting sick” and having their “heart ache”.  2,862 more words