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26 Mar, 2009 12:43

Afghanistan will see the new American strategy in August

If General David Petraeus prevails in battles for a new American regional strategy in Afghanistan, he’ll bring on board traditional regional players,

such as Russia, China and India that are crucial to the success of the U.S. military operation in Afghanistan that is currently focused on Afghan-Pakistan border.

And there is no doubt that the new American administration will follow the lines of the Bush administration regarding its policies towards Pakistan, says RT military analyst Eugene Khrushchev.