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Uri Friedman

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Global Editor at The Atlantic; former associate editor of Foreign Policy magazine

Uri Friedman on KCRW

Afghanistan's presidential elections have seen a decline in voter participation for a lot of reasons.

Afghanistan's Upcoming Election Gets a Rap Anthem

Afghanistan's presidential elections have seen a decline in voter participation for a lot of reasons.

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Last night's televised debate may be the last of its kind before the Republican presidential nomination has been decided.

The Republican Debate and Foreign Policy

Last night's televised debate may be the last of its kind before the Republican presidential nomination has been decided.

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The presidential campaign is focused on American voters, but the President is the commander-in-chief and the architect of foreign policy.

America's Presidential Campaign through Foreign Eyes

The presidential campaign is focused on American voters, but the President is the commander-in-chief and the architect of foreign policy.

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