Archivos de Categoría: Afganistán

Afghanistan Shows the Limits of India’s Power

Foreign Policy, 22.04.2021
Sushant Singh, académico (Centre for Policy Research-India)
With the United States departing, New Delhi is seeking new ways to project influence
[caption id="attachment_56427" align="alignleft" width="500"] Afghan cadets in a firing exercise during a training program at the Officers Training Academy in Chennai, India.
(Arun Sankar/AFP/Getty Images)[/caption] At the dawn...
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The U.S. Must Prepare for the Worst in Afghanistan

World Politics Review, 12.03.2021
Candace Rondeaux, académica y profesora (Center on the Future of War-New America/Arizona State University)
[caption id="attachment_55808" align="alignright" width="405"] A soldier stands guard as firefighters work at the site of a bomb attack in Kabul, Afghanistan.
(AP/Rahmat Gul)[/caption] Afghanistan’s president, Ashraf Ghani, stands between the proverbial rock...
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The Emerging India-China Competition in Afghanistan

World Politics Review, 24.02.2021
Aryaman Bhatnagar, analista indio de política internacional
[caption id="attachment_55620" align="alignleft" width="405"] Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Chinese President Xi Jinping during a welcome ceremony in Beijing.
(AP Andy Wong)[/caption] For much of the past couple of decades, Afghanistan has been a rare exception to the strategic...
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Biden Must Make Hard Choices Quickly on Afghanistan

World Politics Review, 26.01.2021
Andrew Watkins , analista del International Crisis Group
[caption id="attachment_54501" align="alignleft" width="405"] Afghan security personnel inspect the site of a bombing attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, Dec. 16, 2020 (AP photo by Rahmat Gul).[/caption] Afghanistan may not rank in the top tier of U.S. President Joe Biden’s policy priorities,...
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Why Australia Should Respond to China’s Provocations With Self-Reliance

World Politics Review, 09.12.2020
Sam Roggeveen, director del programa de seguridad internacional (Lowy Institute-Sydney)
[caption id="attachment_50107" align="alignright" width="405"] Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison at a news conference with President Donald Trump at the White House.
(AP/Patrick Semansky)[/caption] Australia’s government had a minor meltdown last week, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison calling...
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‘Wolf Warrior’: qué esconde el brutal ataque de un alto funcionario de Xi Jinping a Australia y por qué América Latina debe estar preparada

Infobae, 30.11.2020
Laureano Pérez Izquierdo
  • El régimen de Beijing insultó al pueblo australiano a partir de una fotocomposición falsa. Lo hizo uno de los más destacados diplomáticos del Partido Comunista Chino
Arbitraria ironía del destino. Mientras los ciudadanos chinos no pueden manifestar libremente lo que piensan sobre sus gobernantes o informar siquiera sobre nuevos virus que...
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The Lost Generation in American Foreign Policy

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

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

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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