March 7, 2013

Better U.S. Policy Could Have Prevented 9/11

Pervez Musharraf, Foreign Policy

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The United States has blundered through South Asia over the past quarter-century, committing three major errors that have destabilized the region and led to the rise of international terrorism.

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TAGGED: Afghanistan, Pakistan, 9/11

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