New U.S. general arrives in Afghanistan with peace still distant

Incoming Commander of Resolute Support forces and command of NATO forces in Afghanistan, U.S. Army General Scott Miller speaks during a change of command ceremony in Resolute Support headquarters in Kabul, Afghanistan September 2, 2018.REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail

KABUL (Reuters) – U.S. Army General Scott Miller assumed command of NATO forces in Afghanistan on Sunday, arriving as Washington faces growing questions over its strategy to force the Taliban into talks to end the 17-year conflict. Miller, former commander of the U.S. military‚Äôs Joint Special Operations Command, takes over at a time of mixed […]

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