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Divergence: The US-Pakistan Dichotomy & Radical Alternatives (Part II)

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Divergence: The US-Pakistan Dichotomy & Radical Alternatives (Part I)

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America's Next Top (Conflict) Model: Affecting Decision-Making Processes

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TAPI Continues To Face Challenges

TAPI Continues To Face Challenges

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Hoopla!

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AFGHANISTAN: ALREADY AT UNEASE FOR POST-WAR

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On the death of Osama and a future with Pakistan

On the death of Osama and a future with Pakistan

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America the Resilient

America the Resilient

Zainab Jeewanjee comments on America's killing of Osama bin Laden. She describes a resilient, rejuvenated United States that has an opportunity to foster new relationships with our allies, namely Pakistan.

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Pakistan Has its Own Plans for Afghanistan

Since its independence, Pakistan has been a crucial ally to the United States -- though when it comes to fighting the war in Afghanistan, it is proving a reluctant one these days. Pakistan has sacrificed blood and treasure in fighting terrorism in its tribal regions, but its government has failed to end both extremist support and influence within its borders.

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The U.N: Happy International Day of Nowruz

The U.N: Happy International Day of Nowruz

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Turkmenistan Is The “T” in TAPI

Turkmenistan Is The “T” in TAPI

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Contemptible Characters & Counterterrorism in Pakistan

Contemptible Characters & Counterterrorism in Pakistan

Zainab Jeewanjee discusses CNN coverage of Libya's Gaddafi and recent uprisings. She weaves that story into a larger discussion of enemy, but rational world figures operating against American interests and how understanding their political objectives is key to an effective counterterrorism strategy post 9/11, specifically in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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The President and Human Rights

The President and Human Rights

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U.S. Sends More Troops To Afghanistan As Public Support Falls

U.S. Sends More Troops To Afghanistan As Public Support Falls

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Afghanistan's Secret Oscar Weapon

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