Samina Ahmed

South Asia Project Director, International Crisis Group

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South Asia Project Director for the International Crisis Group, based in Islamabad, Pakistan

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The massive NATO and Afghan offensive appears to have driven the Taliban out of the city of Marjah, at least for the moment.

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The massive NATO and Afghan offensive appears to have driven the Taliban out of the city of Marjah, at least for the moment.

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The massive NATO and Afghan offensive appears to have driven the Taliban out of the city of Marjah, at least for the moment.

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The massive NATO and Afghan offensive appears to have driven the Taliban out of the city of Marjah, at least for the moment.

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In Pakistan's Swat Valley on Sunday, the militant Islamist leader Sufi Mohammed bluntly  defied the country's secular government  and its system of laws.

Is Pakistan Ripe for an Islamic Revolution?

In Pakistan's Swat Valley on Sunday, the militant Islamist leader Sufi Mohammed bluntly defied the country's secular government and its system of laws.

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