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America will be safer after troops leave Afghanistan

By Ronald Prillwitz , THE HILL The notion that the United States lost the war in Afghanistan is a widely accepted assertion that continues to be repeated by some in the media, U.S. politicians, and even the U.S military. The reality is that…
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Can China Replace US Troops In Afghanistan As Beijing Hints At ‘Deeper Involvement’ In The War-Torn Region

BY: The Eurasian Times China has blasted the US for its decision to withdraw all its troops from Afghanistan, following a rise in violent attacks in the war-torn country. This raises the question of whether China would step up its involvement…
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From Myanmar to Afghanistan: are we seeing the end of western interventions?

by : Sholto Byrnes , The Nation A coup is launched against a democracy barely 10 years old. The brutal military junta that takes over murders hundreds of its citizens. It even stoops to shooting children; a baby loses an eye as a result.…
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Biden’s Afghanistan withdrawal could be the first step to a Taliban takeover

by: Max Boot, Washington Post For South Vietnamese refugees, this month will always be known as “Black April.” In 1973, President Richard M. Nixon had concluded a one-sided peace deal with North Vietnam that led the United States to…
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Biden can end ‘forever wars’ only if he scraps Trump policies and pursues peace with Iran

By: Sina Toossi and Yasmine Taeb , USA TODAY President Joe Biden has inherited many debacles at home and abroad, including a global war that spans continents and has seen hundreds of thousands killed and trillions of taxpayer dollars spent.…
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The U.S. Must Prepare for the Worst in Afghanistan

by : Candace Rondeaux , WPR Afghanistan’s president, Ashraf Ghani, stands between the proverbial rock and a hard place. Faced with the fact that the United States has lost patience with the Afghan government’s dithering negotiations…
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Guest column: It’s time to get out of Afghanistan

reference : Jimmie T. Smith , Florida Times-Union The war in Afghanistan is approaching a milestone that no one could have imagined. This year, the longest war in American history could reach its 20th anniversary. America’s longest war…
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Withdrawing US Troops From Afghanistan Is Only a Start. We Have to End the Air War Too

by : Phyllis Bennis , THE Nation The war is a failure. Continuing to wage it will only result in further devastation. In recent months talk of withdrawing troops from Afghanistan has increased once again. It’s not the first time during…
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Withdraw troops as Trump administration scheduled. The Afghanistan Study Group is wrong.

by : Don Bolduc , USA TODAY Opposing View: As a retired brigadier general, I include myself in our failures. We have lionized the generals when we should have lionized our troops. Do not change the course established by the Trump administration…
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Doyle McManus: How to end America’s longest war

by : DOYLE McMANUS , JOURNAL STAR On paper, the United States is committed to withdrawing its last 2,500 troops from Afghanistan less than 10 weeks from now, on May 1. That's under a deal the Trump administration made last year with the…