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Why the killing of a general won't change U.S. strategy in Afghanistan

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The killing of an American general Tuesday in Afghanistan put the spotlight back on President Obama’s withdrawal plan in Afghanistan at a time when bloody conflicts in Gaza, Ukraine, Syria and Iraq overshadowed the longest war in American history. As the highest-ranking combat death of a U.S. military member abroad since the Vietnam War, the killing of Maj. Gen. Harold Greene reignited...

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