As the war in Afghanistan turns 10 and public support on both sides of the Atlantic erodes, Western governments feel the pressure to create an acceptable "end state" and pull out. However, as calls for withdrawal grow louder, ISAF exit scenarios have become less and less focused on human rights, women's rights, and development. As members of the international community move into Libya, policymakers must explain when intervention is warranted, and how states can responsibly end their commitments.
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