Afghan war winnable without Pakistan help on border: US
President Obama insisted that the assault force hunting down Osama bin Laden last week be large enough to fight its way out of Pakistan if confronted by hostile local police officers and troops, senior administration and military officials said Monday.
How far they go to Pressurize Pakistan and make series of accusations against Pakistan’s intelligence agency, ISI. The United States could break with Pakistan and try to handle things on its own in Afghanistan, but the supply line fueling Afghan fighting runs through Pakistan.Afghanistan is war at the end of the Earth for the United States, and to fight it, Washington must have Pakistani supply routes.
Its not Washington to decided the Fate of Afghan but Region Powers that is Pakistan,China,Russia,Iran and Turkey.
Nothing in the killed of bin Laden changes the geopolitical realities.
The United States is now looking for an exit from Afghanistan. Its goal, the creation of a democratic, pro-American Afghanistan, But US-led NATO forces have been facing defeatism in Afghanistan where they have badly failed to cope with the stiff resistance of the Taliban insurgents. In this context, in the recent days, an international conference was held in Kabul in order to hand over security of Afghanistan to the Afghan military and police. As a matter of fact, America and its allies have decided to exit Afghanistan in accordance with the announced schedule, though apparently, they show reluctance in this matter.D.C could accept that it will not win in Afghanistan and will not be able simply to eliminate terrorism.
Beer and Dragon Challenge NATO
China and Russia agreed Friday to promote the steady growth of their bilateral strategic partnership.Sustained Russian-Chinese efforts to "coordinate" their stance on regional and international issues have been taken to a qualitatively new level with regard to the developing Middle East and Afghanistan situation.This is bound to pose a big challenge to the West to pursue its unilateralist agenda in the Middle East. the world's fastest-growing major economy and the world's biggest energy exporter come to an agreement, it goes far beyond a matter of bilateral cooperation. There will be uneasiness inEurope and America.The two countries are now agreed on a common position to oppose any move by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to conduct a ground operation in Libya. Russia and China no longer trusts the United States or its NATO allies to be transparent about their intentions with regard to Libya and the Middle East.