Doubting Afghanistan

September 11, 2009

A compelling case for continued U.S. involvement in Afghanistan can be made, explains Bernard Finel of the American Security Project, but only if policymakers are willing to answer 10 key questions.

The article was published at ForeignPolicy.com and can be read in its entirety here:

http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2009/08/25/doubting_afghanistan?page=full


Bernard I. Finel is a senior fellow at the American Security Project (ASP) where he directs research on counterterrorism and defense policy. He is the lead author of ASP's annual report, "Are We Winning? Measuring Progress in the Struggle against Violent Jihadism."

Posted by coalition at September 11, 2009 12:43 PM

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