U.S Cannot Win Afghanistan War Without Pakistan

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford has said that the U.S. cannot win the war in Afghanistan without securing cooperation from Pakistan.

Pakistan would be a key element of Washington’s new strategy for South Asia, he said.

In this episode of Mehwar, host Massoud Malik discusses the topic with Ahmad Shah Mohibi, a political affairs analyst.

http://www.tolonews.com/mehwar/mehwar-us-cannot-win-afghanistan-war-without-pakistan

 

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  • The fact that Afghans believe they cannot “achieve peace” in afghanistan without Pakistan shows the emotional and mental weakness in thought. Incorporate a little Trumpism and Build That’s Fucking Wall. You Can Do It. Stop being so fucking corrupt and build the infrastructure in your own country.

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