Michael Griffin

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Afghan Peacekeepers Reinforced

Several thousand peacekeepers are expected to fly into Afghanistan over the next few weeks to buttress efforts to stabilise the country.

14 Nov 05

United Front Divisions Emerge

The delegation representing the United Front at the Bonn peace talks appears riddled with thinly-disguised divisions.

14 Nov 05

US Afghan Policy Switch

Washington is redoubling its efforts to achieve a breakthrough on the Afghan battlefield, after becoming frustrated with diplomatic attempts to resolve the crisis.

4 Aug 05

Unlikely Afghan Liberators

The US is undecided whether to throw its weight behind the potentially fractious Northern Alliance.

4 Aug 05

New Taleban Agenda

The authorities in Islamabad appear to have found a new use for the Taleban

21 Feb 05

Unlikely Afghan Liberators

The US is undecided whether to throw its weight behind the potentially fractious Northern Alliance.

21 Feb 05

The Taleban Response

Will the Taleban regime be able to mount effective resistance to American-led attacks?

21 Feb 05

US Post-Taleban Plans Hit Problems

American and Pakistani officials are finding it hard to come up with a blueprint for a post-Taleban administration for Afghanistan.

21 Feb 05

US Afghan Policy Switch

Washington is redoubling its efforts to achieve a breakthrough on the Afghan battlefield, after becoming frustrated with diplomatic attempts to resolve the crisis.

21 Feb 05
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