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September 09, 2021

Micheal Herson & Lisa Curtis, The Hill, Lessons since 9-11, The Biden Doctrine

By Lisa Curtis

Lisa Curtis, the director of the Indo-Pacific security program at the Center for a New American Security discusses the Biden doctrine, working with the Taliban to advance US interests in Afghanistan and what’s worked and what hasn’t over the past 20 years since al Qaida’s attack on the United States with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian.

Listen to the full conversation from the DefAero Report.

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