Friday, February 7, 2014

A Meaningful Post-2014 Option in Afghanistan

Anthony H. Cordesman, of the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS), has provided us with an in-depth study of how we should determine the troop level and purpose of the post-2014 presence in Afghanistan. He states that the Obama administration is missing the boat in its analysis of what is needed and is not preparing the public or Congress for the post-2014 environment in Afghanistan. He states that the Bilateral Security Agreement will set the stage for the last phase of the United States involvement in the Afghan conflict and that it needs more attention than the Obama administration is giving it. Read more in "The Reality Beyond Zero and 10,000: Choosing a Meaningful Option in Afghanistan", Center for Strategic & International Studies, February 4, 2014.

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