Robert Lamb

Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Deputy Director of the Program on Crisis, Conflict and Cooperation at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC

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In  last night's address  to the nation, President Obama said there won't be peace in Afghanistan just because the US is withdrawing 33,000 troops by next summer.

President Obama Proposes Drawdown in Afghanistan

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President Obama says bringing home 30,000 troops from his "surge" before next year's elections is "the beginning, but not the end," of his effort to wind down the war.

President Obama Proposes Drawdown in Afghanistan

President Obama says bringing home 30,000 troops from his "surge" before next year's elections is "the beginning, but not the end," of his effort to wind down the war.

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