September 21, 2010

U.S. Policy in Afghanistan | Indiana Council on World Affairs

Andrew Exum talked about U.S. strategy in Afghanistan and provided an assessment of the security, diplomatic, and military situation in the country. He also talked about the evolution of the policy and strategy debates under the Obama administration, and the key issues that had defined the nearly nine-year-old war. Following his remarks he responded to audience members' questions.

 

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