Afghanistan War Could be Worse than Vietnam War: Conn Hallinan
What is it about Afghanistan that seems to derange policymakers in Washington, asks Conn Hallinan, a columnist for Foreign Policy in Focus. There are parallels between the current war and that which was fought forty years ago in Vietnam—the enemy is elusive, the local populations doesn’t like us, and the “governing regime is corrupt with virtually no support outside of the nation's capital,” writes Hallinan.
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