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Information Warfare in Afghanistan

As the U.S. and the Canadian military responds to the terrorist attacks of September 11th, understandably enough much of our attention has been paid to the missiles and warplanes currently hitting targets in Afghanistan. But perhaps more important to the success of Operation Enduring Freedom than the fire of any Read more…

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Expanding Afghanistan’s Special Operations Forces: Doubling their success or further diluting their mission?

One of the key elements of the Afghan government’s Road Map for pushing back the insurgency is increasing the fighting capabilities of Afghan government forces. This includes the expansion of the Afghan National Army’s (ANA) praised special operations forces. Says Jacob Jason Demedici: “ The Afghan battel theatre has evolved Read more…

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PTSOS

Ottawa, July 4 — Military personnel and ontractors who have worked in Iraq are returning home with the same kinds of combat-related mental health problems that afflict Canadian and United States military personnel, according to contractors, soldiers, industry officials and mental health experts. But, they say, the private workers are Read more…

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