Nato's exit strategy in Afghanistan

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As Nato prepares to leave Afghanistan in 2014, questions on how this withdrawal will logistically take place have yet to be answered.

With the road route through Pakistan blocked, and instability and hostility from neighbouring countries making air and rail exits difficult, will it be possible to transport all the weapons and hardware of nearly 100,000 troops from this landlocked country?

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