DoD: 2011 not the end in Afghanistan for U.S.

(MILITARY TIMES)   NATO and Washington’s shared goal of withdrawing from Afghanistan by 2014 is just that: a nuanced conditions-based objective, and don’t call it a hard deadline, U.S. and Afghanistan officials said Monday.

In recent weeks, senior U.S. officials stepped back from 2011 as the official beginning of the final phase of the American-led Afghanistan operation. They made it clear that areas will be moved to Afghan control between next summer and 2014, raising eyebrows across the world and questions about whether Washington can keep top allies involved for four more years.


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