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Afghan Women to NATO: Don’t Bargain Our Rights Away

World leaders, dignitaries and reporters will convene in Chicago next week for the 2012 NATO summit, and among the urgent questions they will consider is that of Afghanistan’s future after the 2014 withdrawal of U.S. and allied troops. Yet Afghanistan’s … Please continue reading.
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