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The US Must Not Forsake Afghanistan

By EARL ANTHONY WAYNE One year after the fall of Kabul and departure of U.S. troops, the United States still has an important policy and action agenda regarding Afghanistan, but with less leverage in a country suffering serious problems. Millions in Afghanistan face the dire effects of a devastating humanitarian and economic crisis. The Taliban government is focused on installing

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An Urgent Appeal for Continued Assistance to Afghanistan

By EARL ANTHONY WAYNE, former career diplomat and senior adviser for the Project on Prosperity and Development, with JAMES SCHWEMLEIN and HANNAH DAVIN (The following article was written for the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington and is being republished in Pulse News Mexico with express prior permission.) U.S. President Joe Biden and his team have said that

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Former US Diplomats, Military Call for Support of Afghan Allies

By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS A group of 95 former senior U.S. diplomats and military officers presented letters to leading members of President Joe Biden’s cabinet on Monday, May 10, calling for the administration to do more to provide visas to Afghans who worked with U.S. forces during the United States’ longest war. The letters were addressed to U.S. Secretary of State

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