Saying Farewell to Afghanistan

April 16 2021

Yesterday, President Biden announced his plans to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan by the highly symbolic date of September 11, 2021. Eliot A. Cohen takes stock of the decision, and nearly two decades of war:

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More about: Afghanistan, U.S. Foreign policy, War on Terror

The Current Negotiations Won’t Stop Iran from Getting Nuclear Weapons

While the Biden White House is committed to restoring the 2015 agreement to restrain the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program, Tehran’s behavior since the deal was concluded should be sufficient to demonstrate that it had no intention of keeping to its terms, argues Elliott Abrams:

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More about: Iran, Iran nuclear program, Joseph Biden, U.S. Foreign policy