The Future of U.S. Strategy in Afghanistan

The Taliban has advanced on provincial capitals in Afghanistan since the U.S. withdrew most of its remaining troops. Amid concerns about the survival of the Afghan government, WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib breaks down what the U.S. strategy in the region could look like. Photo illustration: Ang Li

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