Linda Robinson

RAND

Guest

Senior policy analyst at RAND and author of Tell Me How This Ends: General David Petraeus and the Search for a Way out of Iraq and One Hundred Victories: Special Ops and the Future of American Warfare; former contributing editor at US News and World Report and author-in-residence at the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies

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Pakistan is crucial to US interests, with a growing nuclear arsenal and a strategic location, but ties to anti-American terrorists and political unrest have strained relations.

Can the US and Pakistan Mend an Uneasy Alliance

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Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says we are at the endgame in Iraq, but the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs says we might not be winning in Afghanistan.

Iraq Troop Surge Ends

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says we are at the endgame in Iraq, but the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs says we might not be winning in Afghanistan.

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Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says we are at  the
endgame  in Iraq, but the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs says we  might not be
winning  in Afghanistan. As General  David Petraeus…

Iraq Troop Surge Ends

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says we are at the endgame in Iraq, but the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs says we might not be winning in Afghanistan. As General David Petraeus…

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