Elizabeth Rubin

Edward R. Murrow Press Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations

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Edward R. Murrow press fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations

Elizabeth Rubin on KCRW

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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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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