Winning the War in Afghanistan: Echoes of Northern Ireland and the IRA?
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SEVEN YEARS AGO, THE TALIBAN regime was deposed by Operation Enduring Freedom, and a seemingly new future was offered (if not promised) to Afghanistan. Yet today, Afghanistan is anything but a stable and secure country. The spiralling Afghan insurgency, as well as a responsive counterinsurgency, has claimed the lives of over 3,200 people this year alone.
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