Joseph Collins

National War College

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Professor of National Security Strategy at the National War College; retired Army colonel and former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Stability Operations (2001-2004)

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When President Obama's 33,000-troop surge in Afghanistan ended a week early, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta  made the announcement  during a trip to New Zealand.  In  today's speech to…

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When President Obama's 33,000-troop surge in Afghanistan ended a week early, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta made the announcement during a trip to New Zealand.  In today's speech to…

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When America's 33,000- troop "surge" in Afghanistan ended a week before President Obama's deadline this coming Sunday, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta made  the announcement  during a…

What's Next in Afghanistan?

When America's 33,000- troop "surge" in Afghanistan ended a week before President Obama's deadline this coming Sunday, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta made the announcement during a…

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