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Innlegg Vegard Martinsen 21 Aug 2008, 11:49

Nå som USA har vunnet krigen i Irak så kan vårt fokus flyttes til Afghanistan.

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Prevailing In Afghanistan

By Stephen Brown
FrontPageMagazine.com | Thursday, August 21, 2008

It has become a familiar refrain that America and its allies are “losing the war in Afghanistan.” But a closer look at developments on the ground tells another story.

At first glance, the report out of Afghanistan this week would seem to validate the defeatist outlook. On Monday, Taliban guerillas ambushed and killed ten French paratroopers, while affiliated suicide bombers staged a raid against a U.S army base. Such highly publicized attacks on NATO troops are part of the enemy’s strategy to undermine public support for the war in Europe.

In the case of France at least, the Taliban’s strategy failed miserably. France’s resolute president, Nicolas Sarkozy, arrived in Afghanistan to show his troops “that France is at their side.” Declaring that his “determination is intact,” Sarkozy stressed that “France is resolved to pursue the fight against terrorism, for democracy and liberty. The cause is just; it is the honor of France and its armies to defend it.” Commentators may drone that Afghanistan is a lost cause, but France plainly disagrees.

That explains why, despite high-profile attacks, the French have operated as though Afghanistan were very much a winnable war. For instance, Sarkozy recently has strengthened France’s military contribution to the conflict by dispatching a 700-man battalion and by expanding the French contingent’s area of operations. (Previously, French troops, which now number about 3,000, were stationed mostly in Kabul.) If the Taliban thought it could scare a major European power into submission, it miscalculated.

There have been other attacks, to be sure. In a separate strike, on U.S. Camp Salerno near the Pakistan border, between six to 12 Taliban wearing suicide vests tried to breach the perimeter but failed, with several dying in the attempt. No American casualties were reported. Had they gotten close enough to American troops to detonate their deadly loads, the Taliban doubtless could have expected spectacular headlines.

But the truth is that despite the media-savvy Taliban’s endeavors to impress the world with reports of successful operations, it is losing ground. For all intents and purposes, the Afghan war is what experts term a “low-intensity conflict.” And the statistics prove it.

After almost seven years, American combat deaths number 361. That is much lower than the combat death rate in both the Vietnam War and World War II. Altogether, including deaths by accident and sickness, about 500 Americans have died in Afghanistan since 2001. A military news site further reports that “gun battles with the Taliban are down fifty per cent this year.” Another hopeful sign is that fewer civilians, and more Taliban and al-Qaeda, are being killed.

Credit for this achievement goes to Afghanistan’s steadily improving 70,000-man army – it was an Afghan unit that surrounded and killed some of the suicide bombers at Camp Salerno – as well as to the nearly 60,000 American-led NATO troops. Facing well-trained, professional soldiers, backed by smart bombs and air superiority, the Taliban has had difficulty finding new recruits despite offering generous pay. Ignoring Taliban propaganda, many Afghans seem to realize that guerrilla tactics are not going to win this war.

As a result, the Taliban has been forced to rely more on suicide bombers and roadside bombs. However, these brutal tactics have caused the deaths of countless civilians, and in the end could turn the population against the Taliban, much as al-Qaeda’s massacres in Iraq ultimately inspired a nationwide backlash against the terrorist organization. To take one example among many, last February a suicide bomber aiming for Canadian troops in a crowded market place in the southern city of Kandahar wounded four soldiers but killed forty Afghan civilians. It may be just a matter of time before Afghans rise up against the Taliban’s indiscriminate carnage.

Why then is the popular perception of Afghanistan so bleak? One reason, surely, is the selective news coverage that fails to provide critical context to the fighting. Thus, while the New York Times has noted that 173 foreign troops have died so far this year in Afghanistan, a figure set to exceed last year’s total of 232 and the highest since 2001, the paper failed to point out how small that number is when compared to the number of NATO troops in Afghanistan. Dwelling on the negative, the Times also failed to mention other coalition successes and Taliban failures. For instance, despite the Taliban’s repeated threats of a “spring offensive” that will overrun Kabul, no such campaign materialized this year, a clear sign of the Taliban’s relative weakness.

Nor does the recent uptick in violence necessarily imply that the Taliban is resurgent. NATO forces are encountering more al-Qaeda fighters this year who were successfully defeated in Iraq and have now fled to Pakistan and Afghanistan in search of better prospects. The Pakistani army’s recent offensive against Taliban forces in that country’s tribal outlands suggests that the Taliban may also be hard-pressed on another front.

Indeed, just about the only area where the Taliban has enjoyed success is in its attacks on undefended schools. A German report shows that Taliban fighters staged 44 raids on schools last year alone and 440 such attacks have been registered since 2004. According to the report, such attacks have become a weekly occurrence. “It is better for my children if they live, even if they have to be illiterate,” one fearful father was quoted as saying. Having failed to drive out coalition forces, the Taliban is training its sights on that other threat to its theocratic vision: schoolchildren.

The Taliban does have one advantage: drugs. Afghanistan provides opium for 90 percent of the world market, and it is the enormous profits from this deadly business that fuel the war, providing the Taliban with money to buy weapons and hire fighters. Recognizing its importance, retired U.S. general and former NATO commander James L. Jones once called the Afghan narcotics trade “… the cancer that is eating Afghanistan inside out.” The point can be interpreted literally, since some Afghan government officials are involved, either directly or through bribes, with the drug gangs. For all of NATO’s successes, there will be no swift resolution to the war unless the drug trade stopped.

Real though they are, those challenges should not obscure the larger and more hopeful picture. Notwithstanding the relentlessly negative news narrative, coalition forces are slowly but surely defeating the Taliban. The terrorists may win the headlines, but the U.S. and its allies are winning the war.
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Innlegg QIQrrr 02 Jul 2010, 10:29

Med den inkompetente McChrystal ute av veien kan det kanskje skje noe i Afghanistan:

    PJM, July 2, 2010: General David Petraeus, who led the change in counterinsurgency tactics that broke the back of the Sunni insurgency and Iranian-backed Shia militias in the Iraq war, has just been confirmed by the Senate to become the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan. Even before General Petraeus was named to be McChrystal’s replacement, pundits and servicemen alike began wondering if the next commander would consider modifying the current rules of engagement (ROE) in the region. Part of the criticism leveled at McChrystal during his tenure as commander in Afghanistan were rules of engagement that were designed to reduce civilian casualties, even as those rules put servicemen in greater jeopardy. To encourage NATO troops serving in Afghanistan to hold their fire until it was absolutely necessary, McChrystal had been considering awarding medals for “courageous restraint.” The concept of “courageous restraint” has not been received warmly by warfighters, many of whom are far more receptive to the quote attributed to another iconic American general played by George C. Scott in the movie Patton: “No poor bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. He won it by making other bastards die for their country.” We may never know the exact rules that General Petraeus puts into effect in Afghanistan, but if the mission is to win the war instead of merely holding ground, rules more to General Patton’s liking may be coming over the horizon with deadly speed - Will Petraeus Change Rules of Engagement in Afghanistan?
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The Daily Telegraph, June 30, 2010: Children as young as five are being used by the Taliban to lay bombs and carry weapons in a deadly new tactic in Afghanistan, it can be disclosed. In the past five months the number child insurgents has increased almost fivefold in the town of Sangin, to a band of 40, who are used to run weapons, plant bombs and carry out tasks for the Taliban, The Daily Telegraph has learnt. According to military intelligence sources there are about 12 children being routinely used in the Sangin area just to plant bombs. The Taliban have resorted to the tactic because they know that British troops are unlikely to fire on children planting IEDs. There have been 44 roadside bombs in Sangin in the past months, a fifth were carried out by children. At least one child has been killed in the last month laying an IED. Two other youngsters from his team turned up at the Marines' base one missing a hand and the other was later found with batteries, tape and wire on him - Children, aged 5, used to plant Taliban bombs in Afghanistan

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Insurgent Tactics in Southern Afghanistan

When defending base areas, insurgents occasionally used mosques as firing positions, and civilians as human shields. In 2008, the Taliban repeatedly used a mosque south of Sangin to detonate IEDs and ambush British foot patrols. During an ambush at Shewan village in Farah province in May 2009, insurgents hid in buildings where civilians were present. During a kill-capture mission northeast of Sangin in 2006, insurgents guarding a high-level commander sent groups of women and children forward and fired over their heads at British troops.

Ambushes on Foot Patrols near Sangin, Helmand, 2008

Between late March and early October 2008, a company of soldiers from 1 Royal Irish Regiment (1RIR) faced numerous IED attacks and ambushes around Sangin in Helmand province. Most of these attacks occurred in the “green zone”, a lush and heavily cultivated area south of the Sangin district center. Platoon-sized patrols went out regularly from the district center, and later from patrol bases in the green zone where insurgents planted hundreds of IEDs and launched snap ambushes. Insurgents often exploded an IED, then fired on troops for five to 15 minutes before breaking contact. Most ambushes were “L-shaped”. The insurgents made regular use of forward observers, usually unarmed men standing on rooftops or driving around on motorcycles and using cell phones. Some observers were local children.

On 13 September, the platoon discovered a daisy-chained, command-wired IED, this time on the eastern side of the canal near a planned patrol base. The explosives were buried in two craters made by previous IED explosions. The wire ran into a building known to the soldiers as Mosque 29. Insurgents had used Mosque 29 as a firing position at least three times before against soldiers of 1RIR. It was also a known IED trigger point. Behind the mosque was a narrow path shielded by trees that provided insurgents with an easy escape route. At least two or three insurgents were waiting to detonate the IED. They used children as forward observers; the children communicated with the triggerman through the wall of the mosque.
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Innlegg QIQrrr 04 Jul 2010, 13:50

Patton ville nok ordlagt seg litt annerledes, men vi får håpe på det beste:

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Innlegg QIQrrr 09 Jul 2010, 15:45

Dette blir sannsynligvis Petraeus' nye overordnede:

    Department of Defence, July 8, 2010: Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates today recommended Marine Corps Gen. James N. Mattis to be the next commander of U.S. Central Command. If confirmed by the Senate, Mattis will succeed Army Gen. David H. Petraeus, who now commands U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan. Mattis currently is commander of U.S. Joint Forces Command. “General Mattis has proven to be one of the military's most innovative and iconoclastic thinkers,” Gates said during a Pentagon news conference today. “His insights into the nature of warfare in the 21st century have influenced my own views about how the armed forces must be shaped and postured for the future.” If confirmed, the general would have responsibility for operations from Pakistan to Egypt and Oman to Kazakhstan. He would be the combatant commander for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The general has received the Defense Distinguished Service Medal twice, the Legion of Merit and the Bronze Star with a “V” for valor. He has been in the Marine Corps since 1972 - Gates Recommends Mattis

Mange mener at "Mad Dog Mattis" passer perfekt i den tiltenkte rollen som Petraeus' overordnede. Mattis har riktignok skapt mindre kontroverser ved en tidligere anledning, men enn så lenge er det ingenting som tyder på at Gates' anbefaling ikke vil bli godkjent av Senatet. Fredsprisvinner Obama støtter også anbefalingen.
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CNN, July 13, 2010: Villagers in eastern Afghanistan repelled an insurgent attack Tuesday, an incident that left an Afghan civilian and "numerous" Taliban dead, the NATO-led command said. The incident took place in Ghazni province, where Taliban fighters tried to attack the village of Aalai Shahea. After unsuccessful attempts to overpower the village, they were "met with effective resistance" by its residents and quickly left the scene, NATO's International Security Assistance Force said in a statement. The event is one in a series of examples of villagers withstanding and repelling insurgent attacks, including the successful defense of a village in the Gizab district in southeast Afghanistan in April that resulted in several insurgent deaths and four arrests, the statement said. The insurgents traveled from neighboring Uruzgan province to conduct Tuesday's attack on the village, which is largely populated by Afghan security forces and their families, ISAF said. "Attacking local people in their houses and villages demonstrates how desperate the Taliban have become in their failing operations to terrorize the Afghan people, and today the villagers fought back and won," said Maj. Paul Oliver, a military spokesman - ISAF: Afghan villagers repel insurgents
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NPR, July 24, 2010: The region around Kandahar city in Afghanistan is the Taliban's birthplace and breeding ground. That makes it a key location in the U.S. military's security efforts. But "securing" a region in which you can hardly distinguish friend from foe is far easier said than done. NPR staff photographer David Gilkey just returned from the region, where he spent time with the 101st Airborne Division. Their mission is two-fold: chase out the Taliban and win the trust of locals — if they can - Friend Or Foe? In Afghanistan, The Picture Is Unclear

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New York Post, July 24, 2010: What's the most underreported reason to feel optimistic about Afghanistan? Its booming economy. Afghanistan has averaged over 10 percent growth a year since the Taliban's fall late in 2001. That's as fast as China or India. And a recent survey shows that, despite the ongoing war, Afghan firms are doing well and feeling hopeful. They should be: Money is pouring into infrastructure improvements, job creation and corporate investments that are starting to transform one of the world's poorest economies. Big mineral finds have even opened the possibility of self-sustaining growth -- if Afghanistan can achieve reforms and stability. For now, Afghan businesspeople worry about security, corruption and poor infrastructure -- though they also report progress on those issues. Economic takeoff will demand much more progress on those fronts and better education, too. But the growth of private Afghan business and investment to replace US aid and military spending is vital to any viable, non-Taliban future - Booming Afghan biz
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The Daily Telegraph, July 30, 2010: The Taliban has issued a warning to Afghans whose names might appear on the leaked Afghanistan war logs as informers for the Nato-led coalition. In an interview with Channel 4 News, Zabihullah Mujahid, a Taliban spokesman, said they were studying and investigating the report, adding “If they are US spies, then we know how to punish them.” The warning came as the US military's top officer, Admiral Mike Mullen said that Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, may already have blood on his hands following the leak of 92,000 classified documents. "Mr Assange can say whatever he likes about the greater good he thinks he and his source are doing, but the truth is they might already have on their hands the blood of some young soldier or that of an Afghan family," he said. The US government has called in the FBI to help hunt those responsible for leaking tens of thousands of secret documents about the Afghanistan war. Robert Gates, the US Defense Secretary, warned that sources identified in the documents now risked being "targeted for retribution" by insurgents in Afghanistan. He pledged a "thorough, aggressive investigation" to identify the leakers - Wikileaks Afghanistan: Taliban 'hunting down informants'
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TIME, July 29, 2010: Our cover image this week is powerful, shocking and disturbing. It is a portrait of Aisha, a shy 18-year-old Afghan woman who was sentenced by a Taliban commander to have her nose and ears cut off for fleeing her abusive in-laws. Aisha posed for the picture and says she wants the world to see the effect a Taliban resurgence would have on the women of Afghanistan. Her picture is accompanied by a powerful story by our own Aryn Baker on how Afghan women have embraced the freedoms that have come from the defeat of the Taliban — and how they fear a Taliban revival. I thought long and hard about whether to put this image on the cover of TIME. First, I wanted to make sure of Aisha's safety and that she understood what it would mean to be on the cover. She knows that she will become a symbol of the price Afghan women have had to pay for the repressive ideology of the Taliban. We also confirmed that she is in a secret location protected by armed guards - The Plight of Afghan Women: A Disturbing Picture

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Fox News, August 2, 2010: U.S. commanders in Afghanistan have eased a rule covering the use of force that has been a source of discontent among American troops, according to military officials. As a result of findings during a review commissioned by Gen. David Petraeus, it has been made clear that troops are allowed to request airstrikes and artillery strikes against insurgents hiding in dilapidated buildings or other abandoned structures. Commanders conducting the review said they found some junior commanders had misinterpreted the rules to mean they weren't allowed to fire on such places. The review comes as Gen. Petraeus, who in July took over as head of the allied force in Afghanistan, looks to improve the U.S.'s broader counterinsurgency strategy—aimed at protecting the population and shoring up support for the Afghan country's government—and demonstrate results on a tight timeline. Other reviews of the strategy are to take place at the end of this year, and defense officials are keen to find ways to demonstrate their progress ahead of that. The clarification on the use of force is part of a broader effort by Gen. Petraeus to review the tactical directive limiting airstrikes and artillery strikes that was issued in July 2009 by Gen. Stanley McChrystal, who was recently dismissed as head of the allied force. That directive was a radical departure from the U.S. military's traditional doctrine of using overwhelming force to defeat its enemies - Petraeus Resets Airstrike Rules in Afghanistan
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Department of Defense, August 24, 2010: The commandant of the Marine Corps predicted a continued Marine presence in southern Afghanistan well after July 2011, when a transfer of security responsibilities to the Afghan government is slated to begin. “I honestly think it will be a few years before conditions on the ground are such that turnover will be possible for us,” Gen. James T. Conway told reporters today during a Pentagon briefing. Conway declined to pinpoint the length of time a Marine presence would be needed - Conway Predicts Ongoing Marine Presence in Afghanistan

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SBS Dateline, August 22, 2010: Norwegian journalist Paul Refsdal risked his life to become the first Westerner to film behind Taliban lines in Afghanistan, and see the war between the allied forces and the insurgency from the Taliban's viewpoint. Paul witnesses several ambushes of US troops on the Khyber Pass, and films celebrations over the death of a US soldier. But he also captures a human side of the Taliban, as insurgents relax, pray, eat together, and look after the children of Taliban commander, Dawran. Paul comes under threat himself too, as a US gunship attacks and he's kidnapped by one of the Taliban group which took him in - Behind Enemy Lines

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Der Spiegel, August 26, 2010: Through nighttime attacks and drone strikes, special forces led by the United States have massively ratcheted up their hunt for Taliban. In the past three months alone, the highly secretive forces have eliminated 365 insurgent commanders. Military officials reported that the commanders and those arrested had been "taken out of the game" - Aggressive Tactics in Afghanistan: Special Forces Ratchet Up Fight Against Taliban
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Department of Defense, September 2, 2010: CAMP EGGERS, Afghanistan – The forces are now in place to make major strides in Afghanistan, Army Gen. David H. Petraeus said here today. Petraeus said all the surge forces are conducting operations. The main efforts in Afghanistan are in Central Helmand and Kandahar, the general said. Marja – the scene of a Marine and Afghan offensive in February – is no longer a Taliban and narco-trafficking stronghold and Afghan civilians are returning to the area. Kandahar, he said, is a deliberate campaign that was launched with a high tempo of special operations forces. Surrounding areas, such as Arghendaub north of the city, have been cleared. Areas to the west of Kandahar are being cleared by a brigade from the 101st Airborne Division. In Regional Command-East, another 101st Brigade has moved in and has caused significant damage to the Haqqani network in Paktika and Khost, the general said. In and around the capital of Kabul, Afghan forces have the security lead in five of the six districts in Kabul province, Petraeus said. In Regional Command-North, the Germans are rolling back Taliban infiltration of the area, paying particular attention to Kunduz - Afghanistan Now Has Forces, Resources, Petraeus Says

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