The Wrong Enemy : America in Afghanistan, 2001-2014
The people turn
The Taliban in exile
Al Qaeda regroups in Pakistan
The wrong enemy in the wrong country
The Taliban returns
The suicide bomb factory
Militancy explodes in Pakistan
The Taliban closes its grip
Osama bin Laden's safe haven
Springtime in Zangabad
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We may be fighting the wrong enemy in the wrong country. -- Richard C Holbrooke
Virtually every Afghan leader in the twentieth century has been forced from power, overthrown, or assassinated.
If your intelligence service wants to get rid of you, no amount of security will protect you.
Yet even as the militants were turning against their masters, rather than crush them, Pakistan's generals sought to use them and direct them toward other targets.
..., suicide is a sin in Islam,...
Although Pakistan did not create the Taliban, it acted swiftly to co-opt the movement.
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