New route links Afghanistan to sea, via Iran

The historic bottleneck, through which about 75 percent of U.S. supplies bound for Afghanistan travel, has become a hotbed of Taliban activity. Recent violence – a critical bridge has been destroyed and truck convoys have been bombed – could hamper Obama’s plan to send more troops to Afghanistan, but it also might provide an opportunityA new land route has just opened linking Afghanistan to the southern seaports of its next-door neighbor, Iran – and that could be the opening the new administration needs to forge a diplomatic relationship with a regional power the United States has, with rare exception, viewed as the Middle East bogeyman.


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