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President Joe Biden has announced plans to withdraw all U.S. forces from Afghanistan by Sept. 11. Here are five related reads from the JT:

  • What to make of the end of America’s “Forever War” depends on the eye of the beholder. Michael MacArthur Bosack offers his perspective on the conflict — as a student of the postwar Occupation, intergovernmental negotiator, U.S.-Japan alliance manager and war veteran.
  • The withdrawal is controversial, but it’s the right choice, argues Brad Glosserman. The pullout will allow the Biden administration to focus on real threats to U.S. interests — such as China — and better marshal resources to address them.
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