No End in Sight: The Continuing Threat of Violence in Afghanistan

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With Col. Richard Kemp, Ellen Sauerbrey, Conn Carroll, Charlotte Florance

Col. Richard Kemp: “I think the level of violence in Afghanistan today confirms that when the majority of British, American, and other NATO forces withdraw this year, it’s far from the end of violence.”

Col. RICHARD KEMP, former Commander of British Forces in Afghanistan:

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ELLEN SAUERBREY, Former Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration:

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CONN CARROLL, Managing Editor of Townhall Magazine:

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CHARLOTTE FLORANCE, Research Associate at the Heritage Foundation:

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