Austin Long

Professor of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University

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Assistant Professor of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and author of Deterrence - From Cold War to Long War: Lessons from Six Decades of RAND Research

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Congress is likely to give the President $33 billion more to support his "surge" in Afghanistan.  But a prime Republican supporter, Richard Lugar of Indiana, says the mission lacks "…

In Afghanistan, More War or Reconciliation?

Congress is likely to give the President $33 billion more to support his "surge" in Afghanistan.  But a prime Republican supporter, Richard Lugar of Indiana, says the mission lacks "…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Congress is likely to give the President $33 billion more to support his " surge " in Afghanistan.

Reconciliation and the Taliban: Is Obama Revising Afghanistan Plan?

Congress is likely to give the President $33 billion more to support his " surge " in Afghanistan.

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