James Kitfield

National Security Correspondent, National Journal

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James Kitfield on KCRW

Less than a year ago, the US and NATO promised continued assistance and 
training for ten more years, with the Pentagon talking of 6 to 9000 
soldiers.  Then, the White House said a…

What Will We Leave Behind in Afghanistan After 2014?

Less than a year ago, the US and NATO promised continued assistance and training for ten more years, with the Pentagon talking of 6 to 9000 soldiers.  Then, the White House said a…

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At the United Nations less than a month ago, Russian President Medvedev was asked about Iran developing the capacity to build nuclear weapons.

High-level Talks in Moscow

At the United Nations less than a month ago, Russian President Medvedev was asked about Iran developing the capacity to build nuclear weapons.

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At the United Nations less than a month ago, Russian President Medvedev was asked about Iran developing the capacity to build nuclear weapons.

The US and Russia: Iran and Nuclear Weapons

At the United Nations less than a month ago, Russian President Medvedev was asked about Iran developing the capacity to build nuclear weapons.

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