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MAISAIA, Vakhtang. Jihadist asymmetric military threats toward central Asia and Caucasus: “taliban” and ISIS – a new alliance against international community? In: Revista Militară. Studii de securitate şi apărare, 2016, nr. 2(16), pp. 86-93. ISSN 1857-405X.
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Herewith is pretty difficult to forecast, based on these latest events, including massive operational attrition in Helmand province, how western „happy end” scenario in Afghanistan is to be realized. Suffice it to say, the NATO ISAF mission actually was over when in Pakistani city Karachi was killed „Al-Qaida” leader Osama Bin Laden and all „Al-Qaida” network left the country and moved to Pakistani regions that are not under the control of the Pakistani government. At large, when the „Al-Qaida” problem has been dissolved, Taliban could not be seen as a challenge to the coalition forces and to the western society at all. Hence, a time has reaped to launch a dialogue with Taliban regarding future political development in Afghanistan when the NATO ISAF forces leave the country and use a cohabitation strategy, at least backed on the Georgian case-study in order to promote stability and peaceful resolution of the internal problems in the country. However, the situation in Afghanistan is still stalemate and is boiling with a perspective of „Taliban” military forces full scaled warfare activation all over the country territories. Afghanistan problem remains in a tray not to step into security dilemma geopolitical dialectics.
Taliban, ISIS, NATO ISAF, Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), Deoband movement, CSTO,