July 29th, 2013

The battle of ideas in Afghanistan has real consequences — and not only on just how many more young Afghan men like Sebghatullah are prepared to die attacking the Afghan government after 2014. For the Taliban leadership, sustaining the armed struggle after the U.S. and NATO withdrawal is more of a gamble than is often acknowledged.”         - Michael Semple 

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