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The war in Afghanistan has not ended with the democratic state that the United States had hoped to leave behind. Right now, the government is negotiating to ensure some security and stability after American troops leave in 2014. So what went wrong? And what can be done now? Vanda Felbab-Brown will be examining those questions at UNLV on Wednesday and she joins us ahead of that lecture to look at problems in America's longest war.

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Vanda Felbab-Brown, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution