ASP Fellow Joshua Foust is quoted in U.S. News and World Report discussing the recent increase in “insider attacks” in Afghanistan. Though NATO and US leaders are concerned about and have instituted programs designed to prevent such attacks, they have so far failed to significantly impact the rate at which insider attacks are occurring.
“‘There really is no settled policy on how to deal with this,’ Foust says. ‘Simply positioning U.S. troops everywhere doesn’t address the actual problem.’”
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