The United States and Afghanistan recently completed a bilateral security pact ensuring that U.S. troops will remain in the country. It now goes to a council of elders—the loya jirga—for authorization. MEI's Marvin Weinbaum discusses the pact’s sticking points, next steps for its approval, and what each country gains from the agreement.
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