The U.S. could wait until this summer to reach an agreement with Afghanistan on a pact allowing U.S. forces to remain past 2015, but NATO allies could not, Gen. Martin Dempsey said.
A historically unproductive Congress is running out of days this calendar year to approve the defense budget.
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NATO won't be able to deploy its noncombat training and advisory mission in Afghanistan after next year unless President Karzai signs an agreement.