Afghanistan

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As we rightly end this war, the government and the people will move on, writes Mark Hertling, but those who fought will be haunted by so many thoughts and experiences, and by the faces of those who were lost. More than others, they will be plagued by doubts about their perceived lack of success ... not finishing the missions assigned to them by the nation. They should instead be proud of their service, he writes. ...
President Biden on Wednesday announced that the U.S. will withdraw all American forces from Afghanistan by Sept. 11 — pushing back a May deadline set by the Trump administration. ...
Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses Biden’s foreign policy moves in Afghanistan this week as the president meets today with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga. ...
Australia will pull its last 80 remaining troops out of Afghanistan by September, Scott Morrison has announced.  ...

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