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Which war is the most important one to win? The one on drugs, the one on terrorism, or neither?
February 02, 2007 | Permalink
The war on drugs, apparently...
As much as the Taliban has resurged in the guise of a Muslim FARC, have you looked at Mexico at all? While Alvaro Uribe and the US have trumpeted coca eradication and falling crime in Colombia, the cartels have simply moved. Mexico has gone to hell in a handbasket under the radar.
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February 02, 2007 at 11:23 AM
Neither. And they're not even wars. They're just violent ideologies for bed-wetting pansies.
February 03, 2007 at 07:32 PM
Very informative post about Drugs and Terrorism in Afghanistan! Keep the nice job. We would love to see more.
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January 12, 2010 at 05:33 PM
I agree, those are interesting points. This task is meant to help Afghanistan repress the worrisome, if predictable, expansion of its opium economy, it will greatly hamper NATO's effectiveness.THx,
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