Nick Parker

Deputy Commander, International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan

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Deputy Commander of the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan under commander General Stanley McChrystal, he is the most senior British officer in Afghanistan

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Even the generals concede they can't win a military victory against the Taliban with just 18 months left until US combat forces begin to withdraw.

Time to Negotiate Peace with the Taliban in Afghanistan?

Even the generals concede they can't win a military victory against the Taliban with just 18 months left until US combat forces begin to withdraw.

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