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WSJ: Differing data shape views of Surge

September 6, 2011

KABUL—Has the US military surge in Afghanistan been a success?

As America begins to scale back its presence in the country, that question is generating diverging answers from US military commanders and United Nations officials in Afghanistan.

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  1. Claudio Alpaca permalink
    September 6, 2011 22:23

    Diverging answers from US military commanders may be based on personal knowledge of situation, thta may differ time by time. This may be one of the motifs of divergency. Also important is the approach that any one tinks to be more respondant to situations.
    I propend for a graduallly scale back, with a contestual substition to diplomatic dialogue, construction and consolidation of new born democracy, its new agents eg Afghan insititution, Afghan people, Afghan forces, Afghan police.
    A constant war must be done against corruption, drug’s traffic and the mentality that on time have made transformation on society. School and culture may be potent arms on this contest.
    It is the war of the moment, not less difficult that that has just ended.

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