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  1. I want to contribute my thoughts here. I have been working in Afghanistan and Pakistan for over 10 years, using medical anthropological insights to develop ways to deal with PTSD. It is very important for anthropologists to avoid being associated with military actions. It puts everyone in danger when this happens. I cannot stress how dangerous this makes work for the rest of us–those who work with the local populations and have no connection to the military.

  2. I want to contribute my thoughts here. I have been working in Afghanistan and Pakistan for over 10 years, using medical anthropological insights to develop ways to deal with PTSD. It is very important for anthropologists to avoid being associated with military actions. It puts everyone in danger when this happens. I cannot stress how dangerous this makes work for the rest of us–those who work with the local populations and have no connection to the military.

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