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Strategy for Post-Taliban Afghanistan

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Strategy for Post-Taliban Afghanistan

Strategy for Post-Taliban Afghanistan

Strategy for Post-Taliban Afghanistan

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NPR's Mike Shuster reports that the United States has carefully formulated a strategy for dealing with the issue of a post-Taliban government. Mindful of the enmity between Pakistan and the opposition Northern Alliance, U.S. policy seems to be trying to forge a wide-spread coalition of various Afghan forces — tribal, ethnic, religious — to form a coalition government to rule from Kabul once the Taliban is defeated.

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