Pashtun Awakening – Policy Brief

September 17, 2012

Pashtun Awakening 

Defeat the Taliban by Changing the Narrative

Pakistan has systemically weakened Afghanistan by undermining the sacred tribal structure of the Pashtuns, the country’s largest ethnic group, by attempting to replace it with the extremist ideology and practices of the Taliban – a process we refer to as “de-Pashtunization”. The only way to stop this process is by changing the narrative via a grassroots public relations campaign and through psychological operations aimed at telling the truth about the Taliban’s origins and objectives.

Pashtun Awakening – NWSC – Policy Brief

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