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The Urge To Surge -- A Pakistani View
Brigadier (ret.), risk and security analyst
The longer the U.S. delays its inevitable departure, the longer chaos will reign.
The Crude Exuberance of Pakistani Talk Shows
Liaquat Ali Khan
Founder, Legal Scholar Academy and Professor of Law, Washburn ...
The Pakistani talk shows, though exuberant, are for the most part crude, unruly, and uneducated, potentially as detrimental to the dissemination of quality ideas as are the savvy but highly filtered talk shows in the U.S. corporatist media.
Afghanistan: Time To End This War
Adjunct Professor, New York University
There must be an Afghan political solution. The U.S. must assist the Afghans in stabilization the country instead of turning it into a martial state.
The Women Behind 'Peace Unveiled'
Kavita N. Ramdas
Feminist, Philanthropist, Mom
"Where after all do human rights begin?" asked Eleanor Roosevelt many years ago. "In small places, close to home, so small you cannot see them on a map."
A Game Changer for Afghanistan
Foreign Policy Analyst
Afghans do not have to choose between the lesser of two evils -- Karzai or the Taliban -- because there is another path to peace and national reconciliation.
Too early for an Afghan amnesty?
Director of Communications
Afghans Not 'Very Hopeful' for Kabul Peace Jirga
Analyst, counterinsurgency expert, and author
Both insurgent groups -- the Taliban and Hizb-e-Islami -- as well as Karzai's challenger in the last presidential election, Abdullah Abdullah, have explicitly said that they won't participate.
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