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Thread: How will Afghanistan end?

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    Default Re: How will Afghanistan end?

    Sadly you are very wrong.

    Afghanistan is as important now as it always has been.

    It provides the key to destabilisation for an entire region. Left to fester it could cause untold grief to Pakistan and Iran, not too mention neighbouring former Soviet Republics. Destabilisation of Pakistan could lead to another round of wars with India, one of the worlds largest growing economies, and who knows what that may do to Indo-Sino relations.

    What happens to A'stan is important as it directly effects those countries that border it, and indirectly effects the entire region.

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    Default Re: How will Afghanistan end?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Fiendish Red Baron View Post
    Sadly you are very wrong.

    Afghanistan is as important now as it always has been.

    It provides the key to destabilisation for an entire region. Left to fester it could cause untold grief to Pakistan and Iran, not too mention neighbouring former Soviet Republics. Destabilisation of Pakistan could lead to another round of wars with India, one of the worlds largest growing economies, and who knows what that may do to Indo-Sino relations.

    What happens to A'stan is important as it directly effects those countries that border it, and indirectly effects the entire region.
    I would have thought that Pakistan and Iran were the keys to destabilisation for a very large region, and much of the world. They're both rogue states.

    If Afghanistan is so important to its neighbours, why is it that the Americans and their allies had to deal with it for harbouring people hostile to and attacking America and hostile to everybody else who doesn't have men with a beard which extends beyond a hand closed around it and who think that women aren't an inferior class and deserve, among other things, an education?

    Afghanistan ain't gonna cause any grief for Pakistan. It's the other way around, with elements of the Pakistan regime supporting the Taliban etc.

    Pakistan will be, and is being, destabilised by its various internal conflicts, such as this one http://www.asianews.it/news-en/Clash...ari-14705.html

    Afghanistan is a proxy war between Pakistan and India, and that has nothing to do with America's and its allies' involvement.
    "Neighbouring states are already considering the Americans as good as gone and are preparing for an endgame scenario with old rivalries renewed," Rashid said. "If no solution is found to reconcile Pakistani and Indian interests [in Afghanistan], the coming months might see stepped-up terrorist attacks against Indians in Kabul and the return of militants infiltrating Indian Kashmir."

    Rather than the end of the Afghan war, this sounds uncomfortably like the resumption of a regional one.
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisf...ghanistan-exit

    So, whether the Western involvement ends with a bang or a whimper, it'll only allow the region to revert to its own politics and conflicts. If they go to war, it'll have nothing to do with the West and everything to do with local politics.
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    A rational army would run away.
    Montesquieu

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