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21 By focusing the NATO effort toward other missions and by not asking for collective military action from the allies, the United States maintained control of the military campaign while gaining a wide degree of international support. 22 French Minister of Defense Alain Richard appeared to endorse this approach and its diplomatic benefits when he remarked in early October 2001, “Our American friends have thoughtfully emphasized that defeating terrorism can only proceed from a large array of means—financial, political, diplomatic, judicial, police and intelligencerelated .
M. Nazif Shahrani, “The Taliban Enigma: Person-Centered Politics and Extremism in Afghanistan,” International Institute for the Study of Islam (ISIM) Newsletter, June 2000, 20–21. nl (accessed 5 February 2007). 49. Shahrani, “The Taliban Enigma,” 20–21. 50. Rashid, Taliban, 61–63. 51. Rashid, Taliban, 63–64. 52. Rashid, Taliban, 73. 53. Rashid, Taliban, 74. 54. , Afghanistan, 104. 55. , Afghanistan, 106–108. 56. , Afghanistan, 108. 57. , Afghanistan, 108. 58. , Afghanistan, 108–109. 59. , Afghanistan, 108–109.
44 The success of this approach depended on the purity and piety personified by a charismatic leader, as opposed to a solid organizational infrastructure grounded in, for example, a system of checks and balances. While claiming to be unique, the all-embracing ideology of their revolution demanded change from the top down rather than attempting to accommodate the myriad social, ethnic, and racial strands that comprised the fabric of Afghan culture. Some actions taken by the Taliban resonated with Afghan Muslims; others did not.
A Diff. Kind of War - US Army in Op. Enduring Freedom by D. Wright, et. al.,