Why buffer zones could combat the ongoing war in Afghanistan
We can create safe havens, communities of peace, truce corridors, days of tranquility, as well as operational lifelines.
Master Corporal Daniel Choong and Lieutenant Commander Gina Connor pictured Oct. 30, 2013, during firing practice in Kabul, Afghanistan during Operation Attention. Afghanistan requires buffer zones that lead to political settlements, instead of war, so as to attain lasting peace and development, write Erika Simpson and Sakhi Naimpoo.
DND photograph by Sgt. Norm McLean