August 02, 2017

What "Winning" Looks Like in Pakistan and Afghanistan

By Stephen Tankel and Neal Urwitz

CNAS Adjunct Senior Fellow Stephen Tankel discusses what "winning" looks like in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Hosted by Neal Urwitz.

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