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Farewell Kabul: From Afghanistan to a More Dangerous World review – a lucid account of the longest war
War reporter Christina Lamb illuminates Nato’s failures in Afghanistan in this captivating memoir of her years on the frontlineIn November 2008, an Estonian minister by the name of Harri Tiido was being given a tour of Helmand province. Estonians were stationed in Nawzad, which had once been a town of 30,000 people, but was now deserted, “with the two sides dug into first world war-type trenches with their lines 300 yards apart”. After receiving the usual PowerPoint briefing, Tiido was asked by his British hosts if he had any questions: “I have only one,” he said. “What the fuck are we doing here?”The minister at least knew what he was talking about. During the previous Afghan war, Tiido had been a conscript in the Soviet 40th Army. The Soviets had gone the same way as the Brits in the 19th century, beating a hasty retreat from a land often invaded but never subdued – a land, according to Christina Lamb, “of pomegranates and war”. This was the longest war in British
Hope is mingled with guilt as I bid farewell to my Kabul home
After four years in Afghanistan, Emma Graham-Harrison leaves behind friends who fear that a new government may not be able to deliver peaceWhen a friend called recently at the adobe bungalow in Kabul that was my home for four years, I asked him how things were going with the band he played in. He shrugged – there was nowhere to play, no one would come to listen and all the other members of the band had left the country.Britain has just marked the end of its latest war in Afghanistan with solemn tributes to the dead but little mention of the fact that it was departure, rather than peace, that ended the conflict for British troops. Continue reading...
88 Days to Kandahar: A CIA Diary by Robert Grenier review – US’s Afghan war shambles laid bare
A CIA station chief’s account adds considerable value to the historical record, despite its self-serving tone and defence of US torture practicesIt is easy to forget that until he started criticising the Americans for bombing too many Afghan civilians and comparing them to “occupiers”, Hamid Karzai was Washington’s grateful servant. After all, US officials picked him to be Afghanistan’s first post-Taliban president, armed and financed him to launch an uprising against the mullahs after 9/11, helicoptered him away from imminent capture after one clumsy foray inside Afghanistan in mid-October, reinserted him a few weeks later to march on Kandahar successfully, and finally foisted him on the rest of the Afghan political class at the United Nations-sponsored conference in Bonn in December 2001 as the leader they could not afford to reject.Robert Grenier’s fascinating book shows just how close the Karzai-US relationship was at that stage. As the Central Intelligence Agency’s s
Afghanistan and Pakistan thaw relations with pledge to fight terrorism together
Nawaz Sharif and Ashraf Ghani look to reset foreign policy between two countries after years of support for Afghan Taliban from IslamabadPutting old differences aside, Afghanistan and Pakistan are fighting the same enemy. That seemed to be the message as the leaders of the two countries met in Kabul, pledging to work together to fight terrorism.“I assure you, Mr President, that the enemies of Afghanistan cannot be friends of Pakistan,” Pakistan’s prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, said in a press conference on Tuesday during his first visit to Kabul since the inauguration of Ashraf Ghani as Afghan president. Related: Hamid Karzai: Afghanistan should not give up control of its foreign policy Continue reading...

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