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With the decision by the Biden Administration to pull the last troops out of Afghanistan and the last combat troops out of Iraq, it marks the end to two decades of U.S. foreign policy in which the War on Terrorism and instability in the Middle East dominated policymakers attentions. Biden seeks to turn the page to 21st Century priorities like China, competitiveness, fixing what is broken at home and next generation threats like cyber. It seems reasonable not to mention long overdue. David Sanger of the New York Times, Rosa Brooks of Georgetown Law School and Ed Luce of the Financial Times debate whether it is the right move and whether it is being done in the right way. Don't miss this lively and timely discussion.
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