28.02.2012 [Washington Post (blog)] - “The danger is a potential breakdown in trust between Afghan security forces and (US and coalition) advisers,” said DavidBarno, a retired lieutenant general who commanded coalition forces in Afghanistan and is at the Center for a New American Security
13.12.2011 ... troops fight as units, living and training together for years on gated Army bases far from the country's big cities. Retired Lt. Gen. DavidBarno, a former top commander in Afghanistan, calls the practice “exclusionary bonding.” ...
22.03.2012 [The New American] - Worried that the United States might actually allow another sovereign nation to govern itself without our continuing contribution, retired General DavidBarno (who, like McCain, is a member of the internationalist Council on Foreign Relations) told the
21.03.2012 [The Seattle Times] - DavidBarno, an analyst at the Center for a New American Security who commanded US forces in Afghanistan in 2003-04. Fort Polk leaders said the soldiers are trained to watch for suspicious behavior among their Afghan counterparts so they can spot
19.03.2012 [Times of Central Asia (subscription)] - In an interview, retired Lieutenant General DavidBarno, former commander of US and coalition forces in Afghanistan, said the incidents have fueled growing unease not only in Afghanistan, but in the United States as well. "Well, it's hard to really
13.03.2012 [Alaska Dispatch] - DavidBarno, who was commander of US forces in Afghanistan from 2003 to 2005. “A lot is going to depend on the Afghan perceptions of this event – and secondly, the US and international perceptions of this event,” says General Barno.
15.03.2012 [The American (blog)] - Lieutenant General DavidBarno, USA (Ret.), senior adviser and senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security and former commander of US and coalition forces in Afghanistan The cumulative effect of a recent spate of shocking incidents in
13.03.2012 [NPR (blog)] - DavidBarno. The killings, Chandrasekaran said, "couldn't have been a worse development at a worse time" for US policy in Afghanistan because of the undermining effect it could have. Also this morning, The Seattle Times looks at whether the "stress of