NEW DELHI: The United States has set a deadline of the end of next month for withdrawing its troops from Afghanistan, marking an end to a nearly two-decade long war it launched soon after Al Qaeda terrorists attacked multiple sites in America on what came to be known as 9/11. The American initiative is a throwback to the Vietnam War, with the world’s most powerful military drawing a blank yet again. In this episode of ‘Simply Nitin’, StratNews Global Editor-in-Chief Nitin Gokhale goes through some of the key moments of the war.
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