Archivos de Categoría: Afganistán

The Lost Generation in American Foreign Policy

Columna 
The Hill, 15.09.2020
James F. Dobbins (ex embajador y académico norteamericano) y Gabrielle Tarini (analista RAND Corp.)
Over the past two decades, the United States has experienced a dramatic drop-off in international achievement. This has become more pronounced under President Trump, but the decline began during the presidency of George W. Bush. A recent RAND paper found that, throughout the...
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This Time, Russia Is in Afghanistan to Win

Artículo
Foreign Policy, 01.07.2020
Sajjan M. Gohel (director de seguridad - AsiaPacific Foundation) y Allison Bailey (académica - AsiaPacific Foundation)
Putin is replicating his success in Syria in a new theater of conflict—and part of his plan is to hurt American interests once again
[caption id="attachment_42719" align="alignright" width="400"] Taliban spokesman Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai...
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Russian bounty killing forces Trump’s hands on troop withdrawal from Afghanistan

Columna
Indian Punchline, 01.07.2020
M.K. Bhadrakumar, ex diplomático y columnista indio
As expected, the controversy over Russia’s alleged bounties for killing American and NATO troops in Afghanistan is steadily snowballing. The New York Times has come out with more leaks such as bank transfers from accounts identified with the Russian military intelligence to the Taliban, “hawala” transactions as well as...
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NATO Is in Denial About the Risk of War Between Turkey and Russia

Artículo
World Politics Review, 06.03.2020
Candace Rondeaux, académica y profesora (Center on the Future of War-Arizona State University)
[caption id="attachment_41927" align="alignleft" width="405"] Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrive for a news conference at the Kremlin. (AP/Pavel Golovkin).[/caption] For most close observers, it has long seemed...
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2.400 muertos y dos billones de dólares gastados en 18 años

Blog
republica, 04.03.2020
Inocencio F. Arias, embajador (r) y columnista español
Los Estados Unidos y y sus enemigos los talibanes de Afganistán han firmado un acuerdo en el que se establece que el ejército estadounidense (13.000 soldados) y los pequeños contingentes de aliados americanos abandonan progresivamente Afganistán, mientras que los talibanes se comprometen a no albergar terroristas de...
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Regional states won’t oppose US-Taliban deal

Columna
Indian Punchline, 03.03.2020
M.K. Bhadrakumar, ex diplomático y columnista indio
The reactions of the major regional states surrounding Afghanistan over the US-Taliban peace agreement in Doha Saturday reveal fault lines that are useful pointers in the Afghan peace process. A sardonic remark by the Indian foreign minister S. Jaishankar and an exceptionally anti-US outburst by the Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif apart,...
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Russians are coming — to the Indian Ocean

Columna
Indian Punchline, 13.01.2020
M.K. Bhadrakumar, ex diplomático y columnista indio
The Cold-War hypothesis that the Soviet Union was hoping to “wet its toes” in the Indian Ocean was in reality an extension of the geopolitical construct known as the “Anglo-Russian Question” that was written about by Lord Curzon, onetime viceroy of British India (1899-1905). We now know...
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We Lost the War in Afghanistan. Get Over It.

Artículo
Foreign Policy, 13.09.2019
Stephen M. Walt  profesor de RRII (U. de Harvard) y columnista
  • After 18 years of war, thousands of lives lost, and hundreds of billions of dollars squandered, the United States accomplished precisely nothing
Afghanistan has been back in the news lately, but most commentators are missing the big picture. In recent weeks there has...
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The War in Afghanistan

Carta
OpinionGlobal, 15.09.2019
Riad Fouad Saade, empresario libanés y cónsul honorario de Chile en Beirut
Whether we have sympathy or not towards the United States of America, the leader of the free world to which we belong, it has been sometimes that we question some of its interventions in other countries’ affairs would it be economically financially or...
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