In 2014, President Obama announced an end to the war in Afghanistan, yet unstable politics foiled it. So will the US ever leave Afghanistan?
Operation Enduring Freedom Fast Facts (cnn.com)
“Here’s a look at Operation Enduring Freedom which began on October 7, 2001, with allied air strikes on Taliban and al Qaeda targets.”
Insurgent Bombings Rise as U.S. Eases off the Taliban (foreignpolicy.com)
“Navy SEALs, Army Rangers, and other elite American troops spent almost nine years hunting down Taliban fighters throughout Afghanistan.”
What lies ahead for U.S. military in Afghanistan, Iraq (latimes.com)
“At the end of President Obama’s sixth year in office, the commander in chief who once vowed to end America’s longest period of war still maintains thousands of troops in Afghanistan and Iraq – conflicts that refuse to conform to neat White House timetables.”
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