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It Is Much Easier to Proclaim Progress Than Conduct Oversight

by Matthew Hoh

Huffington Post , November 2010 | Article

When we launched the Afghanistan Study Group project and presented our first report in September, I read the following quote from one of America's commanding generals ... Read More »

U.S. Still in Afghanistan in 2014? Obama Say it Ain't So!

by Matthew Hoh

Huffington Post , November 2010 | Article

If the administration decides to continue the current strategy through 2014, it would directly contradict President Obama's own directive, which states that there should be an "accelerated transition to Afghan authorities beginning in July 2011" ... Read More »

Wartime Interagency Collaboration: A Tale of Two Articles

by Matthew Hoh

Huffington Post , November 2010 | Article

From November 2002 to April 2004 I was the junior Marine officer on the personal staff of the Secretary of the Navy. My duties primarily related to correspondence... Read More »

110 Months in Afghanistan: How Do You Say Hubris in Russian?

by Matthew Hoh

Huffington Post , November 2010 | Article

In a few weeks the US will mark its 110th month of combat operations in Afghanistan -- the same length of time as the Soviet Union's own military presence in that country.... Read More »

The Midterms and the Role of Domestic Politics in Foreign Policy

by Matthew Hoh

Huffington Post , November 2010 | Article

By the time this is posted the polls for America's 2010 midterm elections will have closed. This year's midterm elections bore many similarities to our nation's last midterm ... Read More »

Reconciliation and Women's Rights in Afghanistan

by Matthew Hoh

Huffington Post , October 2010 | Article

I had the pleasure last week of being interviewed alongside noted author and human rights advocate Ann Jones. The conversation focused on the reports of negotiations... Read More »

Cautious Optimism for Talks in Afghanistan

by Matthew Hoh

Huffington Post, October 2010 | Article

Yesterday's reports by the New York Times and the Associated Press provide a few reasons for cautious optimism that US policy may be shifting towards a more sensible... Read More »

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