The War On Terror Was Lost Even Before It Began

On September 20, 2001, in an address to the U.S. Congress, President George Bush formally announced the beginning of the War on Terror. On October 7, the U.S. began the air war in Afghanistan, on October 19–20, the ground war was initiated, on November 9, the Northern Alliance captured Mazar-e-Sharif, on November 13, the U.S. and the Northern Alliance entered Kabul and on December 7 the last major Taliban…

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MIT engineer and economist. Prof: Tufts, UT-Austin, GW. IMF Board. Writing: Econ-Finance, Oil, Sanctions, FP, Middle East, Islam (http://islamicity-index.org)

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Hossein Askari

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MIT engineer and economist. Prof: Tufts, UT-Austin, GW. IMF Board. Writing: Econ-Finance, Oil, Sanctions, FP, Middle East, Islam (http://islamicity-index.org)

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