Masood Aziz

former diplomat, Afghanistan's Embassy in Washington

Guest

Former diplomat in Afghanistan's Embassy in Washington; founder and Executive Director of the Afghanistan Policy Council, and contributing author to The Silk Roads: Transport and Trade in Greater Central Asia

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Laying out  his strategy for Afghanistan  last March, President Obama called for "agricultural specialists and educators, engineers and lawyers…to develop an economy that isn't…

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In  last week's speech  on Afghanistan, President Obama barely mentioned the so-called "civilian surge," an essential part of counterinsurgency doctrine.

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