September 25, 2010

Obama's War at Home & Abroad

Nikolas Gvosdev, World Politics Review

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When Bob Woodward's book, "Obama's Wars," is released on Monday, the denizens of Washington's Beltway will eagerly skip to the index to see whether they are mentioned -- and if not, who is. But as they digest the stories of infighting, rivalry and catty comments among the president's national security team, excerpts of which have already begun to circulate, the larger question is whether the revelations in the latest Woodward tome will have an impact on the Obama administration's Afghan policy.

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