Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan

Suboot: 2012/5/6
POTUS: Good evening from Bagram Air Base. This outpost is more than 7,000 miles from home, but for over a decade it's been close to our hearts. Because here, in Afghanistan, more than half a million of our sons and daughters have sacrificed to protect our country Today, I signed a historic agreement between the United States and Afghanistan that defines a new kind of relationship between our countries -- a future in which Afghans are responsible for the security of their nation, and we build an equal partnership between two sovereign states; a future in which war ends, and a new chapter begins.

The U.S. has grown increasingly impatient with Pakistan's refusal to take military action

Kabul:25 October

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton acknowledged Friday that U.S.-Pakistani ties are now badly strained. The U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan in May is one reason. The death of two Pakistanis at the hands of a CIA contractor is another.
After years of demanding Pakistan crack down on militants in a lawless tribal area on its border with Afghanistan, the United States has now set out a possibly tougher challenge -- bring those militants to the peace table.

U.S Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton

Pakistan has a critical role to play in supporting Afghan reconciliation and ending the conflict
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton arrived in Islamabad late Thursday to head a U.S. delegation that included newly appointed CIA Director David H. Petraeus and Gen. Martin Dempsey, the new chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, as well as Lt. Gen. Douglas E. Lute, a top White House adviser on the war in Afghanistan, and Marc Grossman, the State Department’s special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan. The visit, like the stopover in Kabul, was kept under wraps because of security concerns.

Then how the civilian kill?!


Ten years past from being international community in Afghanistan, during these years civilian had the most casualties. But until now no sides (not the international community, not the Taliban groups) are willing to accept responsibility for civilian deaths. However, reported after a review of the UN in the first six months of 2011 increased 15% civilian casualties and the main cause of the increased the casualties is considered, air operations at night and the external forces. According, the report and documentary, close to 1,500 civilians killed during this period.

The best constitution, why not implements?

Kabul, 31 December 2011
Afghanistan's constitution is adopted on 14 Jadi 1382 (1st January 2003), is the best and most democratic constitution in the country. However, not respecting the law, lack of awareness to people about constitution bullying toward the constitution has changed the law that at least some of the articles will be implemented.
According to the lawyers, Afghanistan's constitution is one of the best constitutions in the region, but the existence of conflicting and different interpretations of the material that exists, it the internal implementation structural barriers of this constitution that is seen in Afghanistan.

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