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Afghanistan’s Lessons for a More Sustainable Foreign Policy
September 21, 2021 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
After two decades of U.S. engagement in Afghanistan, America’s longest war is ending with a dramatically unplanned evacuation of civilian personnel, U.S. citizens, and some vulnerable Afghans ahead of the September 11 deadline set for the formal withdrawal of U.S. forces. The rapid take-over of Kabul by the Taliban has prompted debate about the future of Afghanistan, the impact of U.S. policy decisions, and the moral responsibility that America bears following its decades of intervention. What lessons can the United States learn from our prolonged engagement? Join us for this Foreign Policy Forum with Adam Weinstein, from the Quincy Institute, who will offer his thoughts on such lessons and discuss prospects for Afghanistan and for the United States’ future engagement in the region.
Adam Weinstein is a Research Fellow with the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft. He previously worked for KPMG’s international trade practice and assisted multinational clients in navigating Asia’s changing trade landscape, managing sanctions risk, and utilizing free trade agreements. Adam’s analysis on Afghanistan and Pakistan has been featured in Foreign Policy, War on the Rocks, Lawfare, and The National Interest. Adam served as a U.S. Marine and deployed to Afghanistan in 2012 as part of a detachment to the 2nd Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company where he served in Uruzgan Province in support of Australia’s 2nd Commando Regiment.
5:30 PM Reception
6:00 PM Program begins
6:45 PM Q&A
7:15 PM Program concludes
Admission: Non-Members $25; Members $15; Students $5.
Location: The Union Club, 1211 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, Ohio 44115.
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