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Obama faces competing demands on Afghanistan strategy

The Chicago Tribune, 6 November 2009
Publié le : 6 novembre 2009
 Greg Miller and Paul Richter 
"Reporting from Washington - As President Obama struggles over a new military strategy for Afghanistan, his advisors are trying to satisfy sharply divergent demands: assuring Americans that any military buildup will be limited while convincing Pakistan and other wary allies that the U.S. presence is substantial and not about to end. "The difficulty in determining a strategy that can mollify both these conflicting constituencies helps to explain why the administration's months-long search for a new approach to Afghanistan remains unresolved. "On the domestic front, Obama risks alienating a political base that has become increasingly impatient with the 8-year-old war." Read on...
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