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As American forces withdraw from Afghanistan, what are the possibilities and hazards the U.S. is facing in regards to Pakistan? What is the state of the Taliban? And what tough choices does President Obama have to make as he faces a complicated relationship with Pakistan and a reelection campaign?
Ahmed Rashid, a Pakistani journalist based in Lahore, has covered Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Central Asia for over 25 years. He writes for the Far Eastern Economic Review, the Daily Telegraph, and The Wall Street Journal.
Speaker: Ahmed Rashid
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
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