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Obama: US Won’t Build Permanent Base in Afghanistan (Because Then They’d Hate Us)

It’s America’s fault. Last night Barack Obama anounced that the US would not build a permanent base in Afghanistan. That would be a bad thing. Third, we are building an enduring partnership. The agreement we signed today sends a clear … Continue reading ?
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