The U.S. Army (CC BY 2.0)
Compromise, conflict or collapse. Ask an Afghan what to expect in 2014 and you’re likely to get a scenario that falls under one of those three headings.
Posted on Jan 29, 2013
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Human nature and politics being what they are, Republicans will underestimate the trouble they’re in, and Democrats will be eager to overestimate the strength of their post-2012 position.
Posted on Nov 15, 2012
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Come July, foreign forces will begin withdrawing from Afghanistan, coinciding with President Hamid Karzai’s plan to begin
returning seven regions of his country back to local control.
U.S. Marine Corps / Chief Warrant Officer 3 Philippe E. Chasse
Hamid Karzai and
NATO would like Afghan forces to take over the country’s security by 2014, a goal Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell calls “aspirational,” as in “There may very well be the need for forces to remain in-country ... ” (more jibber-jabber after the jump)
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