U.S. Plans to Keep Threats In Check Even After Afghanistan Withdrawal


By Sept. 11, 2021, all U.S. forces must be out of Afghanistan. But that doesn’t mean that the U.S. will be at the mercy of groups like ISIS, al-Qaida or the Taliban if they want to create problems and threaten U.S. interests, the commander of the U.S. Central Command said. While the 3,500 troops currently in Afghanistan will leave that country by the end of the summer, some will remain in the region, Marine Corps Gen. Kenneth McKenzie Jr. said during a hearing Tuesday before the House Armed Services Committee. “I think some of the forces are going to remain…

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