The Bush administration answered the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 with what it called the “global war on terror”, first the assault on and invasion of Afghanistan and then the invasion and occupation of Iraq. More and more Americans joined the opposition to the Iraq war, but for some, Afghanistan remained “the good war”. But was the war on Afghanistan ever a “good war?” And what will be the effect of President Obama’s escalations of US troops?
In this easy-to-read volume of frequently asked questions, analysts Wildman and Bennis examine the wide range of issues – key to understanding and ending the US war in Afghanistan.
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