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Afghanistan's Minister of Foreign Affairs assesses a potential political role for the Taliban, and the outlook for women's rights, in Afghanistan beginning in 2014.
Afghanistan's Minister of Foreign Affairs expresses his optimism about the role the country's young people will play in rebuilding civil society.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan discusses the impending withdrawal of international forces from his country and the next presidential election.
Asia Society VP of Global Policy Suzanne DiMaggio explains why President Rouhani's upcoming U.S. visit, including a talk and discussion hosted by Asia Society, will be a chance for renewed U.S.-Iran engagement.
An address and dialogue with Dr. Zalmai Rassoul, Foreign Minister of Afghanistan, in conjunction with the opening of the 68th UN General Assembly.
Vali Nasr
Developments in Egypt and Syria, a new president in Iran, and aftermaths of U.S. withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan provide a radically different context for American foreign policy in both the Middle East and East Asia.
With new personnel in key positions, writes Cameron Munter, Americans and Pakistanis have a chance to move past some of the damage their relationship has suffered in recent years.
Join leading figures in a discussion about the promising but uncertain future of Afghan women.
Peshawar-based entrepreneurs preserve an art form that had been petering out.
AUTHORS ON ASIA | Vanda Felbab-Brown analyzes U.S. and international efforts in Afghanistan.