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The Twitterati: When All Else Fails, Bring Out the 140 Characters

The Twitterati: When All Else Fails, Bring Out the 140 Characters

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In the News: Family Planning Gets a Boost & the US’s Effect on Polio and HIV

In the News: Family Planning Gets a Boost & the US’s Effect on Polio and HIV

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The Bear Comes Back Over the Mountain

The Bear Comes Back Over the Mountain

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Bowe Bergdahl: Remembering the Forgotten Man

Bowe Bergdahl: Remembering the Forgotten Man

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Karzai Hat, No Takers

Karzai Hat, No Takers

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‘A civil war in Afghanistan will further destabilise Pakistan’

‘A civil war in Afghanistan will further destabilise Pakistan’

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The many names of the game

The many names of the game

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The Surge Recedes

The Surge Recedes

President Obama’s announcement of far larger and more accelerated withdrawals of U.S. forces from Afghanistan than many had expected affects Indian security interests and the U.S.-India relationship in significant ways.

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‘Pak army more anti-American than radical’

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Hoopla!

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'Talibanistan' Film Review

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Amidst Local Government Absence, Taliban Develops A Shadow Government

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The State of the Union: President Obama on Afghanistan, Iraq, Etc.

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How Pres. Obama's State of the Union Address Bears on Pakistan

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Bring it down a notch CIA

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