Fawzia Koofi complains about Kabul traffic, and discusses the Afghanistan presidential election.
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The Report catches Pakistan's Elmo red-handed.
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Lieutenant Colonel Jason Amerine discusses leading an 11-man special forces team in Afghanistan.
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Language barriers don't stop Jon and the correspondents from reporting on international affairs.
America can't leave Afghanistan now that it's about to pay off with vast mineral wealth.
Aasif Mandvi checks out Hamid Karzai's social networking profiles to see where he stands.
Reza Aslan believes the U.S. can succeed in Afghanistan, but questions whether it's worth it.
Craig Mullaney relies on his training to keep himself calm while fighting in Afghanistan.
America is at war, but the media can only focus on the sordid details of the Eric Massa scandal.
In this complete, unedited interview, Kit Bond says "smart power" is the way forward in Afghanistan.
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Friend of America Hamid Karzai is declared president of Afghanistan.
John Kerry changes Hamid Karzai's mind on the Afghan election by boring him for 20 hours straight.
America brings Afghanistan democracy on a silver platter, and they don't even show up to vote.
James Carville defends his immoral decision to campaign for Ashraf Ghani.
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