NATO's Problems in Afghanistan

Militancy Trends: Why NATO is not Winning in Afghanistan ? NATO forces were expecting an increase in attacks during the month of Ramzan and attempted to seize the initiative after the bloody battles of August saw the Taliban dominating the South and the East with large groups foraying vulnerable convoys and key Afghan and NATO security personnel. Winning back territory lost to the Taliban a second time was particularly painful. But given the paucity of manpower to hold secured areas was inevitable. The battles in Afghanistan extended into the key southern provinces of Helmand, Ghazni and Kandahar while Pak Afghan border expectedly remained turbulent throughout the month. Long lost Musa Qala came on the operational radar after the British had vacated the same, in a truce with the Talib...
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