We should look to Turkey to see Afghan success

To date in the federal election campaign, there has been virtually no debate and little discussion pertaining to the ongoing military mission in Afghanistan. The major combat commitment is due to end this July, but the Canadian Army will continue to deploy up to 1,000 personnel to serve as trainers for the Afghan security forces until 2014.

Scott Taylor
Published: Wednesday, 04/20/2011 12:00 am EDT

To date in the federal election campaign, there has been virtually no debate and little discussion pertaining to the ongoing military mission in Afghanistan. The major combat commitment is due to end this July, but the Canadian Army will continue to deploy up to 1,000 personnel to serve as trainers for the Afghan security forces until 2014.

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