To keep the U.S. engaged in Afghanistan, we need a congressional commission

Washington Monthly
October 14, 2021
Annie Pforzheimer writes that even though the United States has left the country, we can’t—for moral and strategic reasons—turn our backs on Afghanistan. Instead, we need to create a powerful domestic mechanism to compel the U.S. government to remain engaged, to monitor the unfolding situation for instability, and to use whatever levers we can to stop the further decay of Afghan lives and American interests: a standing congressional commission.
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