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Sarah Sewall

A heavy hand in Afghanistan

By Sarah Sewall
June 15, 2007

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NATION-BUILDING, counterinsurgency, and counterterrorism coexist uneasily in Afghanistan, and the contradictions are beginning to chafe. As large numbers of civilian casualties begin to feel like terrorism to ordinary Afghans, the West could lose on every count. (Full article: 1064 words)

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