The New York Times reports that in the past day, ‘around a dozen districts have fallen to the Taliban — mostly in the country’s north.’
This was the dynamic many feared when the U.S. left the region.
No matter how much fatigue politicians may have with the region, or how urgent it is to focus on a rising China, U.S. forces should remain in the Middle ...
Every argument President Biden used to explain his decision to pull U.S. troops from Afghanistan is also applicable to Iraq.
If Republican voters want out and it’s important for the party’s leadership to reflect their sentiment, then there’s a bigger problem than Cheney.
‘We’re certainly going to try to do everything we can from distant locations to assist the Afghans,’ General Frank McKenzie also said.
And it’s a fundamental one.
A decade ago, Biden oversaw the withdrawal of all U.S. troops from a foreign battlefield, only to see terrorists resurface shortly after we left.