The Army’s Afghan Secrets

Afghans considered Canadian troops corrupt and ineffectual even as Parliament was assured it was “winning” the war, secret documents show. Declassified military research obtained by Blacklock’s show Afghan support for NATO was collapsing as Parliament voted to extend the Kandahar mission in 2008. There is no indication the secret data were disclosed to MPs or senators, though military commanders rated it “invaluable”.

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