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  • proper noun US Afghanistan and Pakistan considered as a single entity

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Examples

  • Considering the geopolitical realities and complexities of the frontier, it is a symbol of the objections to the connotations of the term "AfPak."

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • The term AfPak signifies that this linkage is now the cornerstone of US policies for the region.

    The Daily Star > News Feed

  • The term AfPak signifies that this linkage is now the cornerstone of US policies for the region.

    The Daily Star > News Feed

  • Beyond the swelling of the field of acronym-ology, the term AfPak sends a clear message that the United States regards success of current counterinsurgency and counterterrorism operations as well as longer-term state-building projects in Afghanistan as directly linked with Pakistan.

    The Daily Star > News Feed

  • Beyond the swelling of the field of acronym-ology, the term AfPak sends a clear message that the United States regards success of current counterinsurgency and counterterrorism operations as well as longer-term state-building projects in Afghanistan as directly linked with Pakistan.

    The Daily Star > News Feed

  • There is no strategic overview whatsoever - it's all about one tactical approach or another in AfPak as viewed in isolation from everything else in the world.

    Michael Brenner: HuffPost Review: Obama's Wars

  • There is no strategic overview whatsoever - it's all about one tactical approach or another in AfPak as viewed in isolation from everything else in the world.

    Michael Brenner: HuffPost Review: Obama's Wars

  • There is no strategic overview whatsoever - it's all about one tactical approach or another in AfPak as viewed in isolation from everything else in the world.

    Michael Brenner: HuffPost Review: Obama's Wars

  • There is no strategic overview whatsoever - it's all about one tactical approach or another in AfPak as viewed in isolation from everything else in the world.

    Michael Brenner: HuffPost Review: Obama's Wars

  • There is no strategic overview whatsoever - it's all about one tactical approach or another in AfPak as viewed in isolation from everything else in the world.

    Michael Brenner: HuffPost Review: Obama's Wars

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