A recent front page article in the New York Times headlined “Karzai Warned Over Release Of Detainees” told of three members of the U.S. Senate bringing pressure on the president of Afghanistan concerning his country’s plan to release dozens of prisoners who were accused of attacking members of the U.S. military. On one level, the episode was one of many rough spots in the waning American military presence in that country, “Afghanistan fatigue” having joined other policy quandaries that outlast public interest (think Guantanamo).
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