Robert Greenwald

President, Brave New Foundation

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President of Brave New Foundation and director of Rethink Afghanistan

Robert Greenwald on KCRW

President Obama's  plan  to send 17,000 troops to Afghanistan is
meeting opposition on his left and skepticism from some allies. What
can the president reasonably hope to achieve in…

Does Obama Have a Strategy for Victory in Afghanistan?

President Obama's plan to send 17,000 troops to Afghanistan is meeting opposition on his left and skepticism from some allies. What can the president reasonably hope to achieve in…

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President Obama's  plan  to send 17,000 troops to Afghanistan is meeting opposition on his left and skepticism from some allies.

Does Obama Have a Strategy for Victory in Afghanistan?

President Obama's plan to send 17,000 troops to Afghanistan is meeting opposition on his left and skepticism from some allies.

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