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Where Is Counterinsurgency In Afghanistan Now?

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In the midst of the fallout from the Afghanistan civilian killings, guest host Jacki Lyden speaks with Sarah Sewall and John Nagl, about repercussions for the U.S. counterinsurgency effort in Afghanistan. Nagl is a counterinsurgency expert, author and former lieutenant colonel in the Army. Sewall directed the Carr Center for Human Rights at Harvard and is an expert on civilian-military relations.
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