Paul McLeary

Foreign Policy magazine

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Paul McCleary is a senior reporter covering national security and the Pentagon for Foreign Policy.

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Trump gives Mattis authority on Afghanistan troop levels

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Drones have become a hallmark of the Obama Administration's assault against suspected terrorists all over the world, including in countries where the US is not officially at war.

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