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The path to a win in Afghanistan. What’s different in 2018?

In 2018 the Resolute Support Mission has the size of force needed to move onto what the commander, General John Nicholson, has called "a path to a win.” His call to increase the force to around 15,000 troops from 39 partner and allied nations in the RS mission was based on a careful plan of what is needed to fracture the Taliban, But how can this small force prevail, where an international force some ten times the size did not defeat the Taliban in 2010? Unlike that previous mission, this force does not engage in combat, but is here to stand up competent Afghan forces – training, advising and assisting, but not fighting alongside them.…………….Please Log in or Subscribe to view full details…..

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