Many a Slip
Many a Slip The continued presence of US troops in Afghanistan is upsetting the regional equation.
The Afghans are eager to take over
their country from US forces.
Spanning over more than fourteen years, the US war in Afghanistan to help fight military insurgents – mainly the Taliban and Al-Qaeda – had been subject to a lot of criticism, more so by the US population itself than anyone else. The US soldiers have been a long time away from home and the US taxpayer’s money is being used to fund the conflict. These are prime reasons that have irked the American public. As Barack Obama inherited this war from George W. Bush, there was a hope, which later turned into a promise, that Obama would eventually pull out his troops and end the conflict.
However, as Obama’s two-term