June 28th, 2010
10:04 AM ET

How Afghanistan became the ignored war

If the Korean War, which began 60 years ago this past weekend, was America's forgotten war, Afghanistan has been America's ignored war.

Since President Obama authorized a surge of troops in Afghanistan in December 2009, there has been a notable absence of public debate or interest about this conflict.

Read the full commentary from Julian E. Zelizer


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