Matthew Hoh

Center for International Policy

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Senior fellow at the Center for International Policy and Director of the Afghanistan Study Group, former State Department appointee, he resigned in 2009 in protest over the war, the first US official known to do so

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Army Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Davis has risked his career by accusing the Pentagon of misleading the public with reports of progress in Afghanistan.

War in Afghanistan: Are Pentagon Officials Telling the Truth?

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A suicide bomber set off explosives concealed in his turban today in one of Kandahar's largest mosques.

Assassination in Afghanistan Creates a Void

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A suicide bomber set off explosives concealed in his turban today in one of Kandahar's largest mosques.

Assassination and Power Politics in Afghanistan

A suicide bomber set off explosives concealed in his turban today in one of Kandahar's largest mosques.

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