December 15, 2010

Responsible Transition: Securing U.S. Interests in Afghanistan Beyond 2011

The Center for a New American Security launched its latest report, Responsible Transition: Securing U.S. Interests in Afghanistan Beyond 2011 in an event, held at the Newseum's Knight Conference Center on Tuesday December 15th, 2010.

The event featured a distinguished panel that included:

LTG David Barno, USA (Ret.), CNAS Senior Fellow and Senior Advisor and former commander of US forces in Afghanistan from 2003-2005

Andrew Exum, CNAS Fellow

Bob Woodward, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist and author of Obama's Wars

Watch C-SPAN coverage of the event here.

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