AndrewExum is a former US Army officer, an American scholar of the Middle East and a Fellow of the Center for a New American Security (CNAS). He also participated in General Stanley McChrystal's review of the American strategy in Afghanistan.
Tuesday, August 11, 2009 :AndrewExum is a former Army captain who has been openly critical of the drone attacks inside Pakistan. Exum served on active duty in the U.S. Army from 2000 until 2004, including two years leading a platoon of Army Rangers inside Iraq and Afghanistan. He recently returned from two months in Afghanistan where he served as part of the advisory team of the commander of U.S. troops there, General Stanley McChrystal.
AndrewExum is a fellow at the Center for a New American Security, and author of the influential blog Abu Muqawama. He just returned from amonth in Afghanistan, where he took part in recently appointed U.S. and Coalition commander Gen. Stanley McChrystal's 60-day review of strategyand operations. He graciously agreed to talk with WPR about his impressions from his trip.
28.09.2009 by admin Former Adviser to Gen. Stanley McChrystal Calls for Moratorium on US Drone Strikes in Pakistan. AndrewExum is a former Army captain who has been openly critical of the drone attacks inside Pakista. . .
10.09.2009 by Greg Grant Stanley McChrystal's strategic review, Center for New American Security fellow AndrewExum said he feared popular unrest and anger at a perceived corrupt election much more than offensive operations orchestrated by the “Quetta shura,” ...