Among the handful of Britons identified by name in the papers is Gen David Richards, the commander of Nato forces in Afghanistan between and Main image: A US army helicopter evacuates an injured American soldier of the st Airborne in Panjwai district in Wright points to US military and Nato surveys that indicated that at key points, including after their initial defeat, the Taliban simply withdrew either to regroup or instill a false sense of progress, echoing the observation made by village elder Hayam Mohammed at the height of the surge. I would not call it cynical, I would call it pessimistic about what the relationship [was] between investment and return in Afghanistan. A very reasonable question was what would have happened if the international community had delivered the investment and committed the resources in that were delivered Why did we want to defeat the Taliban? But if there is one issue with the Afghanistan papers, however, it is that they represent the views of a selection of insiders who were at one time or another invested in the success of the war, often unable to step outside the sometimes arcane disagreements they were steeped in. Facebook Twitter Pinterest.
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