Debating the military's 'cultural intelligence'

One of the most striking aspects of former US general Stanley McChrystal's spectacular dismissal last month as the head of coalition forces in Afghanistan was the rude awakening that the US military's counterinsurgency strategy in Afghanistan wasn't living up to its reputation.

Carl Meyer
Published: Wednesday, 07/07/2010 12:00 am EDT

One of the most striking aspects of former US general Stanley McChrystal's spectacular dismissal last month as the head of coalition forces in Afghanistan was the rude awakening that the US military's counterinsurgency strategy in Afghanistan wasn't living up to its reputation.

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