Meanwhile, In Afghanistan ...

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David Rothkopf reiterates that we should get out of the country ASAP:

[W]aging a war that cannot be won on behalf of an ally who is flirting with our enemies, undermining our goals, and hurting his own people is neither something America can or should be engaged in no matter how accomplished, distinguished, or worthy the advocates for a prolonged involvement may be.

(Photo: Afghan National Army officers march during a graduation ceremony at the Ghazi Military Training Centre in Kabul on March 31, 2011. Afghanistan's police and army are due to take control of security in the war-torn country in some more peaceful areas from July and across the nation by 2014. By Shah Marai/AFP/Getty Images)

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