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Have the States passed Afghanistan to Taliban?2012-01-31 13:27
In one of his interviews Zbigniew Brzezinski has called Afghanistan "a mousetrap for the Soviet Union, set by the CIA". Honorary Grand Master of White House did not say another thing: what Americans should do, if they cater into their own trap? The U.S. Army admits: armed solution of Afghan problem has suffered a complete collapse. Reluctantly, the U.S. State Department went on the official talks with the Taliban.
It would be redundant to talk about how the U.S. grew up the Taliban in Afghanistan. Similarly, it is not necessary to tell a story, how Taliban golem has unleashed a war against its creator. The war between Taliban and the occupation forces has been going on for 10 years. At the beginning of this struggle, the Pentagon cheerfully reported about victories. Now, after so many years, the U.S. has recognized - military measures are meaningless. The best outcome is the negotiating table with the Taliban.
No one knows the exact number of U.S. attempts to negotiate with the Taliban. The last time when State Department made such an attempt was in October 2011. Recall that October 21 last year, Hillary Clinton unexpectedly arrived in Kabul. U.S. Secretary of State was immediately surrounded by the journalists of accredited in Afghanistan media. Clinton announced that her purpose is a diplomatic solution of the situation in Afghanistan. According to the U.S. secretary of state, future negotiations with the Taliban will be held under a special program "War, revolution, creativity".
Americans tried to involve Pakistan in this program. Clinton said that participation in negotiations between Taliban and U.S. would be a "new life imperative" for Islamabad. At the same time, the head of State Department menacingly added: "If Pakistan opposes, we have to put pressure on them".
Pakistan's leadership has immediately made it clear that it would not participate in the U.S. games. Foreign Minister of Pakistan Hina Rabbani Khar stated that the CIA should "itself deal with its ex-lackeys, not engaging other country". According to Khar, Islamabad is already fed with the operations of American Marines in Abbottabad, Pakistan, where bin Laden was allegedly found in May 2011.