September 30, 2011

'Good Taliban' Confound Conventional Wisdom

Alan Philps, The National

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The Haqqani network, focus of a current dispute between Pakistan and the US, is not a group which can be forced into any simple stereotype.

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TAGGED: Haqqani Network, Haqqani, Taliban, Pakistan, Afghanistan

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