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Afghanistan Whose War Is It Anyway

Lawrence Lifschultz The March 5 decision to attack Jalalabad was a joint Pakistani-American decision. Did the choices that now present themselves as realistic alternatives not exist last February and March? Or was it necessary that thousands more should die before such alternatives could be considered viable? It is unfortunate that Benazir Bhutto signed on to 'stay the course' with an American policy which was flawed, confused, and improbable in its conception.

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