Nato faces several challenges if it is to achieve its goal of withdrawing most of its troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2014. The recent accidental Koran burnings and massacre of civilians by a US soldier have brought calls for an earlier departure - but this could lead to the return of the Taliban and encourage them to increase their attacks in Pakistan.

NATO plans to withdraw most of its military forces from Afghanistan by the end of 2014.

But the success of its goal - to establish trained Afghan military and police forces capable of providing se...

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Dr. Kim R. Holmes
A strategic partnership agreement must ensure United States and Nato access to Afghan bases after 2014 and a residual military force capable of striking at any resurgent Taliban force
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