Afghanistan was our longest war, starting with the white-hot fury of 9/11 and continuing beyond the point that most of America forgot why we were fighting.
David Silbey, Cornell historian and Associate director, Cornell in Washington, analyzes what went wrong–and why future unconventional wars are likely to end just as badly.
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