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"An ominous rumble of discontent is sweeping Afghanistan, driven by a mixture of anxiety, anger, frustration and political opportunism."

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"The administration remains without a clear strategy, Prince suggests contractors could gradually supplant the 14,000 US and NATO troops who remain in Afghanistan."

“The plan is opposed by senior military leaders including national security adviser McMaster, key lawmakers who have received Prince’s brief and senior military officials.”

“Abdurrashid Dostum’s name is synonymous with volatility and brutality.”

“Nearly a third of territory reclaimed from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria since 2014 has been won in the past six months.”