January 11, 2013
President Obama will host Afghan President Hamid Karzai and his delegation at the White House for bilateral meetings.
by Jenée Desmond-Harris onMay 2, 2012
"This time of war began in Afghanistan, and this is where it will end."
by Eugene Robinson onMarch 14, 2012
It was clear before the horrific massacre of Afghan civilians on Sunday, apparently by a U.S. soldier, that it was past time for America to withdraw troops from Afghanistan, writes Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson.
June 26, 2011
Eugene Robinson looks at Obama's latest speech, the Afghanistan War and its future.
by Nsenga Burton onJune 21, 2011
The president will tell us how many troops are being withdrawn next month.
by Foreign Policy onMay 28, 2010
The Root's partner site ForeignPolicy.com prods U.S. troops in Kandahar to strategize "from the other side of the battle lines."
by Greg Beals onDecember 11, 2009
Never mind the brilliant Nobel Peace Prize rhetoric and talk of a “just war,” Barack Obama is a president trying to please too many people at once. This could spell disaster in Afghanistan and the Middle East.
by Terence Samuel onDecember 1, 2009
Obama may soon find out that he can't talk his way out of Afghanistan.
by David Swerdlick onSeptember 4, 2009
The columnist's call for an immediate withdrawal from Afghanistan represents an especially insidious strain of chicken-hawkery and brings the conservative thought process on our post-9/11 wars full circle.
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