Charles Dunlap

Duke University Law School

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Executive director of the Center on Law, Ethics and National Security at Duke Law School; retired Air Force major general

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After first calling it "collateral damage," then then saying that Afghan forces needed support against the resurgent Taliban, the US has admitted it ordered a deadly air-attack on a…

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