المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Judging the Impact of U.S. Force Reductions in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria

The U.S. has said remarkably little about how conditional its future plans to withdraw all forces in Afghanistan are on the success of the peace process, whether it will provide adequate support for Afghan military forces if the peace effort fails, or whether the U.S. plans to provide any security guarantees and military aid if a peace agreement is reached. So far, all that is clear is that the official total of U.S. military personnel has dropped from around 12,000 at the start of 2020 to 8,600 in July 2020, will now drop to some 5,000 personnel, and all U.S. troops will leave by May 2021 if a successful peace agreement is reached.

Source: Judging the Impact of U.S. Force Reductions in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria | News Break

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