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Fighting in Afghanistan: 'You have the watches. We have the time' - Macleans.ca

The unspoken truth underpinning Donald Trump's latest policy on Afghanistan is that U.S. troops may never leave. Ever. Evan Solomon. September 2, 2017. Twitter · Facebook · Reddit · Email. US soldiers of the Combined Team Nangarhar of the CT Bastogne ...and more »

US seeks to placate Pakistan anger over Trump's diatribe - The Express Tribune

ISLAMABAD: The United States on Thursday launched a diplomatic push to pacify growing resentment in Pakistan over its new strategy for Afghanistan, saying that President Donald Trump did not blame Pakistan for the failure in Afghanistan. The Trump ...and more »

Trump holds Pakistan's feet to fire - The New Indian Express

The current incumbent of the White House is not known for grace or finesse. There was none of it either, in the blunt message he delivered to Pakistan in his maiden policy address to the American people recently. Unveiling the new US strategy for South ...and more »

Eid message: Ghani budges on no-talks with Pakistan policy - The Express Tribune

In what appears to be an attempt to placate Pakistan's anger at US President Donald Trump's statement relating with his new regional policy, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said on Friday that “peace with Pakistan is our national agenda”. The ...and more »

Trump does not blame Pakistan for failure in Afghanistan: US envoy - DAWN.com

United States (US) Ambassador to Pakistan David Hale assured National Security Adviser (NSA) Lt Gen (Retd) Nasser Khan Janjua on Thursday that President Donald Trump did not blame Pakistan for the failure of the War on Terror in Afghanistan. As Hale ...and more »

Mattis signs deployment order, seeks Pakistan's cooperation - DAWN.com

WASHINGTON: US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis, while signing deployment orders for additional American troops to Afghanistan, has also expressed the desire to work with Pakistan to defeat terrorists. The US defence chief has also announced that American ...and more »

US-Pakistan impasse continues - The Hindu

The diplomatic impasse between the United States and Pakistan continues after U.S. President Donald Trump's policy review of South Asia. Since then, several high-level bilateral meetings have been rescheduled indefinitely. Pakistan's National Assembly ...and more »

How Will US Tackle Safe Havens in Pakistan? - Voice of America

In his South Asia strategy speech last week, President Donald Trump publicly put Pakistan on notice that it must stop providing sanctuaries to armed groups that are fighting in Afghanistan. "We can no longer be silent about Pakistan's safe havens for ...and more »

Why would Trump engage Pakistan? - Pakistan Today

the week after President Donald Trump berated Pakistan over its Afghanistan policy and laid down new demands for cooperation with Islamabad, the government in Pakistan has decided to bring a policy review to redefine its relations with Washington ...and more »

India has feature role in Trump's new Afghan plan - The Hill (blog)

In unveiling his long-awaited Afghanistan policy, President Donald Trump Donald John TrumpDems flip Wisconsin state Senate seat Sessions: 'We should be like Canada' in how we take in immigrants GOP rep: 'Sheet metal and garbage' everywhere in Haiti ...and more »