Multiple reports this week say senior leadership in D.C. is proposing a new strategy for winning the war in Afghanistan. According to reports, the plan could cost the United States $23 billion a year, which would go toward training and advising Afghan security forces, fighting government corruption, and taking back territory overrun by the Taliban. Currently, the Taliban controls or contests 40% of the country. The new strategy would also mean increasing troops numbers in Afghanistan by 5,000, according to initial estimates, and resembles the surge implemented by the Obama administration in 2009; however, the new plan would not be tied to specific timeframes for withdrawal.

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