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The case against Trumps decision to keep fighting in Afghanistan

The case against Trumps decision to keep fighting in Afghanistan

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82nd Airborne Division soldiers in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, on May 25, 2014.

TO GO WITH AFGHANISTAN-US-ARMY-CONFLICT-FOCUS BY GUILLAUME DECAMME In

In this photograph taken on August 28, 2017, a US Marine looks on as

The War We Forgot To End: Why Are We Still in Afghanistan? - In These Times

American troops at Fort Myer listen to President Trump's speech about increasing the presence of U.S. forces in Afghanistan.

A U.S. Marine shakes hand with Afghan National Army soldiers.

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How Trump's Afghan Policy Is Different From Obama's

The United States now has about 8,400 troops in Afghanistan.

The war in Afghanistan may have been forgotten, but it's not over, and US President Donald Trump must decide what happens now.

Afghan commandos near the site of the U.S. bombing in eastern Afghanistan.

Congress looking for a Trump war plan for Afghanistan

Trump to expand US military intervention in Afghanistan | US news | The Guardian

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US soldiers of the Combined Team Nangarhar of the CT Bastogne, 1st Brigade Combat Team

US troops in Afghanistan: here's what to expect from Donald Trump's speech | World news | The Guardian

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Still Fighting, US Troops from Syria to Afghanistan Await Trump Orders

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President Trump speaks into a mic

How Trump will deal with America's longest war is anyone's guess

Marines raising a flag to signal the return of American troops to Helmand Province, Afghanistan, in April. Credit Wakil Kohsar/Agence France-Presse — Getty ...

Afghan National Army soldiers, left, and American soldiers from Bravo Company, 3rd Battalion

Donald Trump May Escalate the Afghanistan War He Spent Years Calling a “Terrible Mistake”

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Trump White House weighs unprecedented plan to privatize much of the war in Afghanistan

U.S. Marines of the 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment build a barrier around their base in the southern Afghan town of Marjah. (Dusan Vranic/AP)

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US President Donald Trump speaks during his address to the nation from Joint Base Myer-

New strategy, old game: on Trump and Afghanistan

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The case against Trump's decision to keep fighting in Afghanistan, explained by Trump - Vox

President Trump speaks to Navy and shipyard personnel aboard the USS Gerald R. Ford in Newport News, Va. on March 2, 2017. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington ...

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According to AP, the decision by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis could be announced as early as next week, and was prompted by "the rising threat posed by ...

U.S. soldiers near Forward Operating Base Fenty in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan on December 19

An Australian special forces soldier in Helmand province, southern Afghanistan.

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Vice President of the United States Mike Pence visits U.S. service members and speaks on the

Trump calls for Pakistan, India to do more on Afghanistan

President Donald Trump speaks at Fort Myer in Arlington Va., Monday, Aug.

U.S. soldiers cover their faces from the dust blown around by the rotors of a helicopter

Rooftop security in Farah City, Afghanistan. Wikimedia Commons/Defense.gov

Afghanistan bomb: Trump finds the keys to the family gun cabinet | World news | The Guardian

Trump to expand US military intervention in Afghanistan | US news | The Guardian

PHOTO: U.S, soldiers take up positions during an ongoing an operation against Islamic State

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On Monday night, at Fort Myer, in Arlington, Virginia, President Trump delivered a vague but hawkish speech about the Afghanistan war.

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Trump's new Afghanistan strategy is likely to focus on counter terrorism efforts

'More than 50' feared dead in Taliban attack on Afghan military base

U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. James K. Peters stands in an opium poppy field while

An Afghan man watches the TV broadcast of Donald Trump's speech, in Kabul.

The case against Trump's decision to keep fighting in Afghanistan, explained by Trump - Vox

The War the U.S. Left Behind in Afghanistan

Members of the U.S. military listen as President Trump announces his strategy for the war in

28, 2014, which signified the end the NATO-led combat mission in Afghanistan. But offensive operations continue to the present. Credit Shah Marai/Agence ...

US 'invested in a failed strategy' in Afghanistan | Pakistan News | Al Jazeera

New air campaign in Afghanistan is test for Trump strategy in America's longest war

The U.S. needs to keep troops in Afghanistan

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Trump is pushing back against China and Russia too

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Trump's years of tweets calling for U.S. to leave Afghanistan

FILE - U.S. troops attend to a wounded soldier at the site of a blast in

PARWAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan ñ U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Chris Buchness (right)

President Trump's speech was a tirade against the accountability meant to keep America from getting involved in unending wars conducted in manners that ...

US Secretary of Defense James Mattis, second right, and a aid walk to meet

President Trump Addresses The Nation On Strategy In Afghanistan And South Asia From Fort Myer In

The Taliban and ISIS are still powerful forces in Afghanistan

Trump approves sending 4,000 more troops to Afghanistan, senior official says | Fox News

Military personnel watch as US President Donald Trump announces his strategy for the war in Afghanistan

Tenth Marine Regiment infantry on patrol in Afghanistan, May 2012. (USMC) From the ...

A foreign security contractor stands guard in Kabul.

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 09: U.S. President Donald Trump meets with members of the

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John Nicholson renders honors at the weekly memorial service at Camp Resolute Support in

U.S. soldiers from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment greet their Afghan police counterparts during an advising mission

WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 02: U.S. President Donald Trump speaks while standing with the

A US soldier holds the national flag ahead of a handover ceremony at Leatherneck Camp in

Trump to announce new strategy — and probably more troops — for Afghanistan

Afghan border police stand guard near the Torkham crossing between Afghanistan and Pakistan in Nangarhar province

An Afghan man watches the broadcasting of the 2016 U.S. presidential election results on TV in

U.S. President Donald Trump announces his strategy for the war in Afghanistan during an address to

US plan to improve Afghan intelligence operations branded a $457m failure

President Donald Trump is pictured. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Photo.

US President Trump shakes hands with officers after announcing his new policy for the war in

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