Hindsight up Front: Ambassador Mark Green in conversation with Gen. David Petraeus and Sir John Scarlett
On Wednesday, July 28th at 10:00 AM Eastern Time, the Wilson Center kicks off Hindsight Up Front with a discussion with Gen. David Petraeus and Sir John Scarlett. Their conversation—moderated by Wilson Center President, Director, and CEO Mark Green—focuses on the implications of the withdrawal for Afghanistan and the world.Register and Watch Here
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The War in Afghanistan: Perspectives from U.S. Veterans
This event looked back on nearly two decades of war in Afghanistan from the perspective of the Americans that fought it.
Deputy Director and Senior Associate for South Asia
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"Afghanistan is facing a pivotal moment. We’ve heard this before, but it’s never been more true today. The final U.S. withdrawal, unprecedented Taliban gains, and a floundering peace process underscore just how much Afghanistan’s future hangs in the balance."
Director, Asia Program; Acting Director, Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy
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The 21st century will be defined by what happens in Asia. It is the source of incredible economic growth and tremendous upward potential, but is also riven with uncertainty, tension, and competition.
Program Director, Middle East Program
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