Seth G. Jones

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Seth G. Jones is Director of the International Security and Defense Policy Center at RAND and an Adjunct Professor at Johns Hopkins University’s School for Advanced International Studies (SAIS). He is author, most recently, of "Waging Insurgent Warfare" (Oxford University Press).

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Foreign Policy Essay

The Foreign Policy Essay: Iraq’s Lessons for Afghanistan

Editor’s Note: The chaos in Iraq has intensified since U.S. forces withdrew at the end of 2011, leading many to question the wisdom of that decision. Although the clock cannot be rolled back—and some see the strife as proof that the United States is best off getting out of the region altogether—the latest crisis in Iraq has raised questions about how to handle the end of the other major U.S. intervention since 9/11: Afghanistan. Seth G.