Killings Complicate U.S. Strategy In Afghanistan

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Tom Bowman, Pentagon correspondent, NPR
Michael O'Hanlon, senior fellow, Brookings Institution and author of Bending History
Fred Kaplan, Senior Schwartz Fellow, New America Foundation

Relations between the U.S. and Afghanistan have been strained even further after the alleged murders of 16 Afghan civilians by a U.S. Army staff sergeant. The shootings come less than a month after the military accidentally burned copies of the Quran and six U.S. troops were killed in retaliation.

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