Military Operations in Afghanistan
Retired Lieutenant Colonel John Nagl talked about the future of large scale military operations in Afghanistan, and he responded to… read more
Retired Lieutenant Colonel John Nagl talked about the future of large scale military operations in Afghanistan, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. He recently wrote a New York Times opinion piece in which he argued that the war in Afghanistan could end in U.S. defeat, similar to Vietnam, or a “messy and unsatisfying” victory like Iraq. He said an unsatisfying end could provide a promise for greater stability in the country. close
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