April 29, 2012

NATO's Afghanistan Lies Continue

Haroon Siddiqui, Toronto Star

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NATO cannot win in Afghanistan. It could have, should have, some years ago. But now it cannot, certainly not before its scheduled troop withdrawal in 2014. So why does Stephen Harper want to 'examine all options,' including extending the Canadian involvement?

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