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The End Of The Great Game


A-178 Block 13-a Gulshan Iqbal, Hasan Square, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan


The real U.S. war in Afghanistan is against Pakistan. Since 9/11 the U.S. has been fighting in Afghanistan for the last 16 years. Until now no reasonable answer is provided, other than Pakistan's support for the Taliban. Reality is much broader. Why? Because no one in the U.S. government is willing to publicly discuss Pakistan's alliance with China and Saudi Arabia, which the U.S. is looking to break. On February 9, 2017 during a U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on Afghanistan: Senator Gary Peters (D) of Michigan said the following: "...adjusted for inflation, the U.S. has spent more on Afghanistan's reconstruction than it did on the Marshall Plan to rebuild western Europe after World War II. Reconstructing Afghanistan has now become the largest expenditure to rebuild a single country in our nation's history..." During the same hearing Senator Elizabeth Warren (D) of Massachusetts said: Since 2001 "...U.S. has spent $117 billion [excluding U.S. military costs] .... and it spends $13 million a day," to sustain the U.S. war in Afghanistan. On January 31, 2017 David Sanger of the New York Times wrote an article "What Trump's Changes Mean for the National Security Council." In the article Sanger pointed out that during president Barack Obama's administration, one of the key role of Tom Donilon, his national security advisor was to personally monitor the relationship between China, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. These figures and statements alone speak for themselves as to the magnitude of investment and interest of the American government. The question is why? Why Afghanistan? Why Pakistan? As Pakistan has become the pivot to this alliance it is shown that one of the goals of the U.S. in going to Afghanistan in September 2001 was also to protect its hegemony by denuclearizing Pakistan's growing nuclear weapons program - with the support of its new ally India. This book provides the reasons why the U.S. plan failed.

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