The Enemy of My Enemy ...


Afghan President Hamid Karzai paid a visit to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to strengthen ties between Kabul and New Delhi. Just days before, Karzai had accused Pakistan--geographically sandwiched between Afghanistan and India--of orchestrating the assassination of a prominent Afghan official and aiding the Taliban. India has long seen the handiwork of Pakistan's intelligence agency, the ISI, in terrorist attacks on its soil. To counteract Islamabad's influence, India has poured billions of dollars of aid into Afghanistan.


'Everywhere, there is a great sense of disillusionment. The struggles are all connected.'


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