Ahmad Nader Nadery

Chairman, Free and Fair Election Foundation of Afghanistan

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Commissioner with the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission and chairman of the Free and Fair Election Foundation of Afghanistan, an independent watchdog

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Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai has canceled plans to attend this week's UN General Assembly so he can stay home and watch over the process of counting votes from Saturday's…

Afghanistan Elections and Rethinking the War

Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai has canceled plans to attend this week's UN General Assembly so he can stay home and watch over the process of counting votes from Saturday's…

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Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai has canceled plans to attend this week's UN General Assembly so he can stay home and watch over the process of counting votes from Saturday's…

Afghanistan Elections and Rethinking the War

Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai has canceled plans to attend this week's UN General Assembly so he can stay home and watch over the process of counting votes from Saturday's…

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The Obama Administration's "three-legged stool" for Afghanistan includes  security, economic development and better governance .

Afghanistan Takes Another Shot at Democracy

The Obama Administration's "three-legged stool" for Afghanistan includes security, economic development and better governance .

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