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Kabul:Emerging From a Quagmire


After eight years of war, Western leaders have all but forgone any idea of 'winning' in Afghanistan.  Instead, they want a way out of the country without losing face. The Obama troop surge may be the last best
effort. At the very least, the West wants to ensure it isn’t held responsible for a civil war that might arise in its absence.

After eight years of war, Western leaders have all but forgone any idea of ‘winning’ in Afghanistan.  Instead, they want a way out of the country without losing face. The Obama troop surge may be the last best
effort. At the very least, the West wants to ensure it isn’t held responsible for a civil war that might arise in its absence.

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