In a rare interview, ITV International Correspondent John Irvine spoke to Taliban veteran Agha Jan Motasim about Afghanistan's future.
Commanders believe closer relationships between the British and Afghan security forces will help stop the recent string of insider attacks.
Foreign Secretary William Hague insisted today that there had been 'no change' in strategy or tactics in Afghanistan.
The NATO-led force in Afghanistan says it will probe Thursday's airstrike, saying it "deeply regrets" any civilian deaths, according to Reuters.
The White Paper sets out plans for Scotland to negotiate its way from "being a Nato member as part of the UK to becoming an independent member of the alliance".
It goes on to state: "Scotland would take our place as one of the many non-nuclear members of Nato."
Britain is to host next year's NATO summit for the first time since 1990:
Three international solders have been shot dead by an Afghan dressed in security forces uniform, NATO reports.
NATO secretary-general Anders Fogh Rasmussen has told ITV News that he believes a. "short, targeted, tailored military action" in Syria should be clearly aimed at "preventing such chemical attacks from happening again."
He told Europe Correspondent Emma Murphy that in not offering a firm military response there would be the risk of further use of chemical weapons, both in Syria and in other places.
Mr Rasmussen said: "Not to act would also be to act. Not to act would send a very dangerous message to dictators all over the world that they can use chemical weapons without any consequence and that of course implies a risk of proliferation of weapons of mass destruction."
Speaking to ITV News the NATO secretary-general has said that he "strongly believes there should be a firm military response" in Syria:
– Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO secretary-general
I strongly believe there should be a firm military response.
The international community has a responsibility to enforce and uphold the ban on the use of chemical weapons.
This is a very complicated issue. We live in a democracy and it is not easy to move on issues like this.
NATO is playing its part through consultations but I do not foresee any further NATO role.
NATO secretary-general Anders Fogh Rasmussen told ITV News that the Assad regime would have no incentive to seek a diplomatic or political solution if there was no international reaction to the "horrendous" use of chemical weapons.
NATO secretary-general Anders Fogh Rasmussen has told ITV News he firmly believes there needs to be a military reply to the chemical weapons attack in Syria in order to deter.
Nato Secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen warned that the use of chemical weapons in Syria was "unacceptable and cannot go unanswered".
He said: "Information available from a wide variety of sources points to the Syrian regime as responsible for the use of chemical weapons in these attacks. This is a clear breach of longstanding international norms and practice."