October 08, 2010

Andrew Exum Discusses the Trust Deficit in Afghanistan

October 8, 2010 - CNAS Fellow Andrew Exum and a distinguished panel discuss the erosion of trust between coalition forces and the Afghan people and the actions and perceptions that led to Afghan distrust.

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  • Commentary
    • Defense One
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