Tag Archives: Afghanistan

  1. On Quitting

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    June 20, 2014 by civilvision

      On Quitting by Tim Kirk The United States is struggling with the consequences of quitting in Iraq.  It should …
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  2. Ophthamologist v. Anthropologist: Afghanistan Marches Toward Democracy

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    June 8, 2014 by civilvision

    By M. Shafiq Hamdam For the first time in its history, Afghanistan will experience a runoff election. Many people are …
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  3. A Decade of Relations Without Definition

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    May 17, 2014 by civilvision

    By M. Shafiq Hamdam After the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the United States and NATO allies invested so much blood and treasure in Afghanistan. With …
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  4. Insight: Who is Responsible for Afghanistan’s Election Fraud?

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    May 8, 2014 by civilvision

    (By M. Shafiq Hamdam) Despite security threats and many other challenges, the historic turnout of Afghan voters in the April …
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  5. Book on Afghanistan free this weekend!

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    September 20, 2013 by civilvision

    The book, “Hearts for Sale! A Buyer’s Guide to Winning in Afghanistan” offers a fresh, realistic yet optimistic perspective on …
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  6. The True Pen: Afghanistan after 2014

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    August 26, 2013 by civilvision

    A recent article from “The True Pen” cites gains over the last 12 years, but is realistic about the many …
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  7. Soraya, a Young Journalist with “Afghan Voices”

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    August 18, 2013 by civilvision

    In her less than 2-minute interview, Soraya Afzali is adamantly optimistic about her vision for the future of Afghanistan. It …
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