(Priya Mathew/Washington Post Live)
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Why Gen. Joseph Dunford says the U.S. should remain Afghanistan
At a Washington Post Live event, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Joseph Dunford, discussed the years-long war in Afghanistan, remarking "I have not recommended that we leave Afghanistan because in my judgment...not only would it create instability in South Asia...but it would give terrorist groups the space within which to plan and conduct operations against the American people."
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