Not only in Iraq...

Hopefully the former "Soviet Union."
AndyPipkin said:
Maybe the US is planning to sort out Chechnya for you lot, Sergey.
Dear Andy!

I strongly doubt that our American friends wish to send troops in Chechnya. Moreover, Chechens are very proud people and extremely good fighters. So it would be a very risky adventure. Btw, some Chechens are in Iraq and Afghanistan now.
Phil306 said:
Hopefully the former "Soviet Union."
Dear Phil!

As USA like to use method of selfinvitation then it is possible.

Gen. Richard B. Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was asked by a reporter what he thought of a statement last week by a regional alliance, led by China and Russia, calling on the U.S. to set a date for withdrawing forces from bases in the former Soviet republics of Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.

U.S. forces have used a base in each country since the early days of the war in Afghanistan. Both governments recently have questioned the need for continued U.S. access.

Uzbekistan has imposed new limits on U.S. use of its Karshi-Khanabad air base...
It would be natural to expect that after bloodbath in Andijan (Uzbekistan) the base there would be closed and any military help would be stopped. However Gen. Myers said

Security and stability in Central Asia is an important concept, and those who can bring security and stability ought to be welcome in Central Asia
Maybe he means that next time American troops will be involved in battles with Uzbek 'insurgency'?

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