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The Conflict Between Democratic Decison-Making and Representative Government in Pakistan

The Conflict Between Democratic Decison-Making and Representative Government in Pakistan

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Prospects for US-Pak Civilian Nuclear Deal

Prospects for US-Pak Civilian Nuclear Deal

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Ahmed Rashid and Joshua Foust Offer Some Advice

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Education Under Attack

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The Rightist Judicio-Politico Mafia

The Rightist Judicio-Politico Mafia

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Operation Moshtarak: This is just the beginning

Operation Moshtarak: This is just the beginning

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Reconciliation Is No Silver Bullet

Reconciliation Is No Silver Bullet

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Droning Out My Argument

Droning Out My Argument

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Back in Afghan Action

Back in Afghan Action

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The Hawk Some Didn't See Coming

The Hawk Some Didn't See Coming

Zainab Jeewanjee addresses the idea that President Obama is "changing tones" on foreign policy. An article in DAWN news suggests he is not living up to expectations on his foreign policy to Pakistan. Jeewanjee explains that he however is. Hawkishness on his part was promised from the onset of his campaign trail.

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The War Comes To Kabul

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Poll Shows Optimism Still Lives in Afghanistan

Poll Shows Optimism Still Lives in Afghanistan

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Obama on Afghanistan

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Ex-Taliban Ambassador: "No prior groundwork has taken place"

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Seismic Shift? Militants Bomb ISI Headquarters

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