Phyllis Bennis

Fellow, Institute for Policy Studies

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Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, DC and co-author of Ending the US War in Afghanistan: A Primer

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President Obama kicks off a series of meetings tomorrow with the National Security Council about strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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President Obama kicks off a series of meetings tomorrow with the National Security Council about strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Afghanistan, the New Vietnam?

President Obama kicks off a series of meetings tomorrow with the National Security Council about strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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