Kate Clark

Afghanistan Analysts Network

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Kate Clark is a senior analyst at the Afghanistan Analysts Network. She was the BBC's Kabul correspondent in 1999 and the only western journalist based in the country at the time. 

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In the past, President Trump has called the War in Afghanistan "a disaster," and — like Barack Obama before him — he told primary rallies that he'd pull out at last.

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Sixteen years after September 11th, the Trump Administration is divided over America's longest war.

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