- Why They're Outlaws, Not POWs. Wedgwood, Ruth // Time International (South Pacific Edition);2/4/2002, Issue 4, p31
Argues for why captured fighters of al-Qaeda and the Taliban who are held at the United States Navy base at Guant�namo Bay, Cuba should be considered outlaws, not prisoners of war (POWs). Insistence of European allies that every clause of the Geneva Convention, a treaty among sovereign...
- AFTER KABUL. Remnick, David // New Yorker;11/26/2001, Vol. 77 Issue 37, p39
Comments on the images of liberation in Kabul, Afghanistan. Indispensability of the leaders of Al Qaeda and Taliban Movement; Degradation of the level of domestic and foreign intelligence; Aims of the United States government to defeat the Taliban Movement.
- U.S. Troops Confront Al Qaeda In Vicious Mountain Battles. Fulghum, David A. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;3/11/2002, Vol. 156 Issue 10, p24
Reports the operation made by the U.S units against groups of Al Qaeda and Taliban fighters in the southeast of Afghanistan. Deployment of U.S. helicopter forces; Aim of the U.S. forces on making the Talibans fight or flee to Pakistan; Factors triggering the offensive.
- Taliban told to distance itself from al Qaeda, renounce jihad. // Hill;5/6/2013, Vol. 20 Issue 51, p12
The article reports that Taliban has been told by the government of Qatar to outdistance itself from al Qaeda and must commit to peace talks before it can open a political office in the country.
- Andrews Reservists Support 'Gitmo' Detainee Operations. Bishop, James // Officer;Apr2002, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p22
Focuses on the detention of Al Qaeda and Taliban members in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Delivery of detainees monitored from the highest levels of government; Establishment of the hangar by maintenance troops; Significance of the missions.
- Reintegrating the Taliban. Davis, Craig // World Politics Review;2/2/2010, p2
The article examines the approach of stabilizing Afghanistan and Pakistan through the ability to mainstream anti-government fighters into the political and economic systems. A proposal to reintegrate Taliban who cut ties with al-Qaida and other extremist networks has emerged. Such effort...
- AFGHANISTAN'S EASTERN FRONT. Smucker, Philip G. // U.S. News & World Report;4/9/2007, Vol. 142 Issue 12, p41
This article discusses military battles in Afghanistan during 2007. The article notes that battles have been especially fierce along Afghanistan's eastern border, which abuts Pakistan. Guerilla forces from terrorist groups al Qaeda and the Taliban have attacked U.S. troops along this border,...
- Responses: Leo Casey. Casey, Leo // Dissent (00123846);Winter2002, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p10
Presents the views of the author on Micahel Walzers literature on terrorism. Political perspective on eliminating the capacity of Taliban and al Qaeda on sponsoring future terroristic attacks; Feature of terrorism as totalitarian movements and states; Rise of a form of totalitarianism.
- AfPak: Negotiate from Strength. Joshi, Sharad // Foreign Policy in Focus;4/15/2009, p2
The author explores the U.S. counterrorism strategy in South Asia under the administration of President Barack Obama. The author asserts that the key to any U.S. strategy is the approach toward Taliban and al-Qaeda insurgents and terrorists entrenched in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas...