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Scholar Srinjoy Bose argued that the Afghan presidential candidates do not agree on the parameters of the national unity government deal brokered by the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry this month.
A highly controversial Afghan warlord, Abdul Rashid Dostum could be an unexpected ally of the United States, according to Brian Glyn Williams, author of "The Last Warlord: The Life and Legend of Dostum." More
Pakistan launched an offensive on June 15 aimed at rooting out Taliban fighters and other militants from North Waziristan in the country's tribal areas. The military action prompted a civilian exodus from the region, with many crossing the border into neighboring Afghanistan. (RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal)
Hawala, a system of informal money transfer based on trust that is practiced throughout the Muslim world, has received a large amount of negative attention after 9/11. More
Residents in Pakistan’s northwestern tribal areas have strongly criticized the country’s military operations there, claiming that civilians have suffered most. More
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