President Obama was greeted with wild applause from both sides of the aisle in the State of the Union address Tuesday night when he announced the pull back of US troops from Afghanistan.
Host Marco Werman talks with BBC correspondent Bilal Sarwary in Kabul who says Afghans received the news with far less enthusiasm.
“People have many concerns and many doubts,” Sarwary says. “And let’s not forget the Afghan National Army still lacks an air force. Only one of the brigades can operate on its own, can carry out independent operations.”