Caroline Wadhams

Director for South Asia Security Studies, Center for American Progress,

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Director for South Asia Security Studies at the Center for American Progress

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After the much-awaited  White House review , President Obama said today that  gains in Afghanistan  are "fragile" but real.  He still hopes to begin a so-called "conditions-based"…

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After the much-awaited White House review , President Obama said today that gains in Afghanistan are "fragile" but real.  He still hopes to begin a so-called "conditions-based"…

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Having sent 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan,  President Obama conceded  today that progress is "fragile."

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Having sent 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan, President Obama conceded today that progress is "fragile."

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