Who's Afraid of a Terrorist Haven?

September 16, 2009

Paul R. Pillar questions the conventional wisdom on whether Afghanistan would again become a terrorist haven -- or even whether we should care.

The article was published in The Washington Post on September 16, 2009, and is available online here:


The writer was deputy chief of the counterterrorist center at the CIA from 1997 to 1999. He is director of graduate studies at Georgetown University's Security Studies Program.

Posted by coalition at September 16, 2009 05:38 PM

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