The US may have done more harm than good in Afghanistan argues Carter Malkasian in his new book, “The American War in Afghanistan.” Despite efforts to build education, healthcare and infrastructure, the US presence fomented conflict, Malkasian says. Nick Schiffrin spoke with Malkasian about the mistakes US officials made over the twenty year war.
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