Nick Childs

Defense and Security Correspondent, BBC

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Defense and security correspondent, and former Pentagon correspondent, for the BBC

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As President Obama reviews his strategy for Afghanistan, NATO defense ministers today  appeared to endorse  the plan laid out by General Stanley McChrystal, who wants another 40,000…

NATO Supports a New Strategy for Afghanistan

As President Obama reviews his strategy for Afghanistan, NATO defense ministers today appeared to endorse the plan laid out by General Stanley McChrystal, who wants another 40,000…

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