TITLE

Counterpoint: It's Time to Rethink the Strategy for United States & Coalition Forces in Afghanistan

AUTHOR(S)
Grosvenor, Michael
PUB. DATE
January 2017
SOURCE
Australia Points of View: Afghanistan;2017, Issue `, p3
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents an argument against continued U.S. and international involvement in the Afghan War. It is the author's opinion that the war has failed to reduce the influence of the Taliban in Afghanistan or to reduce the threat of international terrorism. A history of the War on Terrorism is presented and the effects of military presence in Afghanistan are discussed. The article also examines the political and social status of Afghanistan resulting from the war.
ACCESSION #
47534716

 

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