The United States recently reduced its Iraq commitment to 50,000 “non-combat” troops. What is next for Iraq, Afghanistan, and U.S. international strategy? What was achieved in Iraq and what lessons can be learned for Afghanistan? With Nir Rosen, Andrew Bacevich, and Barry Posen. Presented by strongBoston Reviewstrong and the strongMIT Political Science Departmentstrong Nir Rosen has covered Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon, and other areas of the Middle East and Central Asia for emThe New Yorkerem, emRolling Stoneem, and emThe Nationem. His new book is emAftermath: Following the Bloodshed of America’s Wars in the Muslim Worldem. Andrew J. Bacevich is Professor of International Relations and History at Boston University and a retired U.S. Army colonel. His most recent book is emWashington Rules: America’s Path to Permanent Warem. Barry R. Posen, Ford International Professor of Political Science at MIT and Director of the MIT Security Studies Program, is author of emThe Sources of Military Doctrineem. Moderated by Fotini Christia, Assistant Professor of Political Science at MIT.moreless
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