I do not think policies of Obama is different from the policies of Bush. Bush successfully completed his mission of capturing Iraq and now Obama trying to capture Afghanistan and Pakistan. Bush made allegation on saddam that he is having chemical weapons even i still remembered at so many times Bush govt. confirmed use of chemical weapons by Saddam ruled Iraq. Now we all know his lies.
Obama replaced chemical weapons by Alqaeda Taliban, cruelty on women by Muslims,sharia. majority of issues are created by their own media.Fact is very different.
Iran President Mahmud Ahmad nejad raise same question and the result was walkout by US. there is lot of fake news, fake videos you can see now a days on net against Afghanistan and Pakistan Muslims by name of Taliban sharia.
The United States and its allies not only have failed to contain the production of drugs in Afghanistan, but the cultivation of narcotics has multiplied in the course of their presence. The basic question is that what was the responsibility and the job of the then US administration and its allies?
Did they represent the countries of the world? Have they been mandated by them? Have they been authorized by the people of the world to interfere in all parts of the globe, of course mostly in our region? Are not these measures a clear example of egocentrism, racism, discrimination or infringement upon the dignity and independence of nations?
Now once more Obama is trying to interfere In Afghanistan and Pakistan Politics without any authorization from Public of both countries.
Ahead of US President Barack Obama’s meetings with his Afghan and Pakistani counterparts in Washington next month, the White House has said that he would remind them of their responsibilities pertaining to the fight against al-Qaeda and Taliban in the region.
“The President will reiterate his hopes and his belief of the opportunities, but also the responsibilities that each leader has,” White House spokesman Robert Gibbs told reporters abroad Air Force One en route to Newton, Iowa.
Obama has invited Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari and Afghan leader Hamid Karzai to White House early May to hold the first ever trilateral summit under his administration.
“This is part of the ongoing new policy and process that was put into place at the conclusion of the review of where we are in Afghanistan and Pakistan,” Gibbs said.
“Understanding that this is a very important and very dangerous part of the world, the President wants to be personally involved, as he has been throughout his administration, in seeking to find solutions to the problems that are in this region and to protect the United States.”
The summit is expected on May 6-7, the same dates when the second trilateral meeting was scheduled for.
As was the case with the first meeting at the Foreign Ministers’ level, Obama would be meeting one-on-one with Karzai and Zardari; following which the three would together discuss the current situation in the region and chalk out a common strategy to defeat al-Qaeda and Taliban.