Afghanistan-Pakistan relations: border controversies as counter-terrorist impediments
When the Taliban regime was overthrown in Afghanistan in late 2001, there was much optimism that, with the anticipated and unprecedented economic, political and military engagement of the international community with Afghanistan, the country would become
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