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Jonathan V. Last 2h
TMQ is now at TWS!
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Stephen Hayes 3h
The Taliban is our enemy in Afghanistan. Why do we pretend otherwise?
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Jeryl Bier 4h
Flashback: John Kerry: Afghanistan One of 'Proudest Achievements of the Obama Administration' via
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Stephen Hayes 4h
Rex Tillerson sees the Taliban as a potential partner. The WH says they're a terrorist group. Why the confusion?
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Stephen Hayes 4h
The answer is to make nice with Pakistan so we can more easily get supplies to fight an enemy they're accommodating? Trump was right on this
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Stephen Hayes 5h
Can confirm: Tuesday Morning Quarterback launches today at The Weekly Standard.
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Charles C. W. Cooke 8h
I’m thrilled to announce the launch of a new National Review podcast: “Political Beats” (1)
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The Weekly Standard 12h
Congressional Republicans Applaud Trump's Afghanistan Speech
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Stephen Hayes 15h
Replying to @stuartpstevens
They really downplayed it. Then they did nothing about it and wished the Taliban/AQ problem away for five years.
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Stephen Hayes 15h
Lots of people in WH/on natsec team who have something close to the opposite of the view Tillerson expresses here.
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Stephen Hayes 15h
Tillerson post-speech stmt supports negotiations w/Taliban "without preconditions," offers path to "legitimacy."
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Andrew C. McCarthy 16h
They are without peer!
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Conor Powell 17h
Also because central thinking for US policy makers recently is how not to have conventional US troops fight but rather Afghan troops fight
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Stephen Hayes 17h
The big unknowable: What is the CIA role in AfPak that wasn't described tonight? Bigger role? More aggressive? Status quo ante?
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Stephen Hayes 17h
Trump's speech seemed to offer more skepticism on Taliban negotiations than leaks beforehand suggested. That's good.
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Stephen Hayes 17h
Trump's speech was good. There are many reasons to be skeptical that 4000 support troops will lead to the victory he promises.
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Stephen Hayes 17h
Most important policy takeaway from the speech.
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Stephen Hayes 17h
There's a chronology problem here.
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Stephen Hayes 18h
Trump's tough talk on Pakistan's double-dealing is honest and refreshing. Euphemism on this is counterproductive.
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