Unlike the administration’s sweeping review of Iraq policy a year ago, which was announced with great fanfare and ultimately resulted in a large increase in troops, the American reviews of the Afghan strategy have not been announced and are not expected to result in a similar infusion of combat forces, mostly because there are no American troops readily available.
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The Bush Administration is reviewing our 'coordination in Afghanistan,' as the NYT puts it. Thom Shanker and Steven Lee Myers (neither of which have any solid clue as to how to spell their name) evidently thought they made a huge discovery. But the situation is quite on the contrary; only the New York Times thought this was big news. (CNN is apparently more interested in a snow storm)