President Barack Obama Gambles That 30,000 Troops Now Will Equal Victory in 2011; Follow the Latest Developments in Afghanistan at Military Industry Today

December 2, 2009 / EIN Presswire / U.S. President Barack Obama has authorized the sending of 30,000 more U.S. troops to Afghanistan in an attempt to end the eight-year-long military conflict in that war-torn country. The president also set a July 2011 timetable for the beginning of the pullout of U.S. troops from Afghanistan.

But are the Taliban an enemy that can be contained in the matter of 18 months?

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