December 30, 2008 ☼ Afghanistan ☼ Central Asia ☼ FATWAT ☼ Foreign Affairs ☼ military ☼ NATO ☼ Pakistan ☼ Russia ☼ United States
This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.
It is impossible to eschew sarcasm when you read that the alternative supply route through the Central Asian states “could leave the United States more reliant on cooperation from authoritarian countries like Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, which have poor records when it comes to democracy and human rights.”
One would think that their current supply route runs through Canada.
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