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Using tyrannical, arbitrary rule, the Taliban terrorized the millions who resided in the Middle East. The false promises of rule of law and stability imposed by the young Islamic and Pashtun fighters, ultimately lead to their replacement of the current government. The Islamic Militants’ violence against innocent civilians, and the war waged against their own country is evidence of their...
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2001 year. How the war started. The war had started during years when the Taliban was controlling Afghanistan. In the evening of 7 October 2001, the military operation, performed by the USA and the UK, began. Around 40 combat aircraft and 50 missiles were activated. During the first month, the fighting was reduced to strikes by US aircraft on military...
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The last two objectives are natural. Anyone who understands the Geo-strategic importance of Afghanistan, would exploit this position, if granted the presence. None of these objectives could be achieved without the presence of US in Afghanistan. Contrary to what US thought, it failed miserably in Afghanistan, with addition of military and financial losses. The BBC quoted the US Forbes Magazine...
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The Pakistani Taliban, also known as the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), is an extremist terrorist group in Pakistan that formed in the year of 2007. Seeing that the Afghan Taliban was formed years before 2007, TTP can be thought of as the Taliban movement of Pakistan. This breakdown makes sense because there has not been true unification within this group, instead,...
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The words, “You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain . . . ' ring all too true for the Taliban uprising in Afghanistan. In 1996, this young fundamentalist group built on harsh regulations and strict implementation of Islamic Sharia law took over the country. The rise of the Taliban’s power in...
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Research Essay Assess the effectiveness of the counter-insurgency strategies used by the US and NATO in Afghanistan between 2001-2014. What lessons can be drawn to improve counter-insurgency strategy in the future? The terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 on the World Trade Centre towers and the Pentagon shook the world from the heart of New York. The unprecedented lethality caused...
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Impact of US-Taliban Treaty on India-Afghanistan Relations Bilateral relations between both India and Afghanistan is friendly and the public perception in both countries is positive with respect to each other. And this has continued ever since Modi took office in India in 2014. Their relationship pans over the following key sectors: Political Economical Security This paper focuses on the above...
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The Global War on Terror (GWOT) is the closest thing to an official name for the variety of small to large scale conflicts around the world that involve various terrorist groups. Though many of these groups and issues have been around before 2000, the GWOT officially started on September, 11, 2001 with the attacks on the world trade center in...
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On 11 September 2001, a huge attack in US, in which more than 3000 people killed. Then, Osama bin Laden (Head of Al-Qaida) found guilty of it. Then US government demanded Al-Qaida to expel Osama bin Laden. But, Talibans protected Osama bin Laden and refused to hand him over. Due to this behavior of Talibans, the United States lauched air...
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Abstract Operation Anaconda was a hastily planned attack on the largest concentrations of al Qaeda and Taliban fighters known to be in the Shahikot Valley. On September 12th, 2001 directly following the devastating attacks on American soil, The United States Central Command (CENTCOM) commander was designated the overall support commander and coalition/joint force commander for operation Enduring Freedom (Major Fleri,...
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