Matt Waldman

former Head of Policy for Afghanistan, Oxfam

Guest

Fellow at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government; former head of Policy in Afghanistan for Oxfam

Matt Waldman on KCRW

At the Pensacola Naval Air Station in Florida today, President Obama  upbeat about progress  in Iraq and Afghanistan, but acknowledged signs of trouble.

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President Obama told US troops in Florida today that the war in Afghanistan is going well but, in Afghanistan itself, there are signs of trouble.

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Six years after driving the Taliban from power, the Bush Administration faces the prospect of failure in Afghanistan. Levels of violence are higher than ever.

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