Greg Mortenson

advisor to the US military in Afghanistan and Pakistan

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Co-founder of the Central Asia Institute and Pennies for Peace; author of Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote Peace . . . One School at a Time; recipient of the Star of Pakistan, that nation’s highest civilian award

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President Obama's plan  to cut troops in Iraq and beef up forces in Afghanistan can't succeed without neighboring Pakistan.

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President Obama's plan to cut troops in Iraq and beef up forces in Afghanistan can't succeed without neighboring Pakistan.

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