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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Monday, April 19, 2021

Strategizing to exit Afghanistan: From risk avoidance to risk management | War on the Rocks

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Left to make a very important decision, the U.S. is torn between leaving Afghanistan or staying in the country. This is due to the deal that it has made with the Taliban, wherein the U.S. is set to withdraw some of its troops from the country. Regardless of whether Pres. Joe Biden will choose to withdraw the troops or have them stay in Afghanistan; violence will increase after May 1st. With this, the U.S. should focus on creating an exit strategy in Afghanistan, even as it pursues peace. This way, the U.S. will no longer have to deploy Americans to a perpetually embattled Afghanistan.

Source: https://warontherocks.com/2021/03/strategizing-to-exit-afghanistan-from-risk-avoidance-to-risk-management/

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