October 8, 2012

The Big 3 Who Can Help Save Afghanistan

Shashank Joshi, Daily Telegraph

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As its forces withdraw, Nato should not be afraid to seek help from Russia, India and Iran.

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TAGGED: Iran, India, Russia, Afghanistan

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