A Coded Threat Within Afghanistan Attack Numbers

A decrease in attacks may not be a good sign for 2014, experts say.

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That is a "considerable infrastructure" to accommodate a surge in fighting, he says, though after 2014 would also yield significant domestic issues.

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  • Paul D. Shinkman is a national security reporter for U.S. News & World Report. You can follow him on Twitter or reach him at pshinkman@usnews.com