Who Won The War In Afghanistan? Perhaps No One

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American POW Released From Taliban After 5 Years

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Sgt. 1st Class Mark Patterson checks his men at Outpost Restrepo in Afghanistan, as documented in the new film Korengal. Outpost Films hide caption

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What Is Courage?: 'Korengal' Breaks Down War In Afghanistan

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Initial Afghan Elections Went Well, But Worries Rise For Round Two

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In his commencement address to the Military Academy at West Point Wednesday, President Obama condemned isolationism but spent more time outlining the hazards of intervention. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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U.S. Plans To Leave Residual Force Of Nearly 10,000 In Afghanistan

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Obama Sets A Number For U.S. Troop Levels In Afghanistan

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Obama Wants At Least A Small Troop Presence In Afghanistan

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A roadside bomb killed Lance Cpl. James Boelk, 24, while he was on foot patrol in Afghanistan, Oct. 15, 2010. The Darkhorse infantry rifleman was on his first combat deployment. Courtesy of the Boelk family hide caption

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One Of Many: Remembering A Fallen Son On Memorial Day

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Obama Addresses Troops In Afghanistan On Eve Of Memorial Day

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Participants of the Diplomatic Culinary Partnership try different foods at the State Department in Washington during a gathering of the American Chef Corps, a network of chefs from across the U.S. Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Gastrodiplomacy Gives Foreign Chefs A Fresh Take And Taste Of America

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