December 13, 2011
America's Afghan Supply Problem
Joshua Kucera, The Diplomat
Pakistan’s suspension of U.S. military supply routes has highlighted the increasing importance of ex-Soviet countries, most notably Uzbekistan and Russia, to the United States’ war effort in Afghanistan. But there are also signs that those countries may not be as reliable as the U.S. would hope for, auguring a difficult next few years for America as it manages these seemingly delicate relationships.
TAGGED: Uzbekistan, Pakistan