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Last week a remarkable exchange about the future role of the U.S. military in Afghanistan took place on the MSNBC program Andrea Mitchell Reports.
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Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei listens to Revolutionary Guards Commander Mohamad Ali Jafari during a ceremony in Tehran last month.
Under John Kerry, United States foreign policy has adopted a new look. Negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program, a measured approach to Syria and an even-handed approach towards Russia.
Coalition and Afghan officials are continuing to plan for a U.S. military advisory role after 2014 when the current combat mission ends despite the political uncertainty created by President Hamid Karzai's reluctance to sign a security agreement, U.S. officials say.
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Last week a remarkable exchange about the future role of the U.S. military in Afghanistan took place on the MSNBC program Andrea Mitchell Reports .
Kabul, Dec 6: The Afghan government Thursday announced to expand the main highway, linking capital city of Kabul to the northern provinces, as part of the government's plan to promote economic growth and reduce poverty.
US President Barack Obama speaks with MSNBC anchor Chris Matthews during a break in a taping of 'Hardball' at American University December 5, 2013 in Washington, DC.
In Kiev, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians have taken to the streets to demand the government join the European Union, in the hopes it will spur economic growth.
Sgt. Alex Herron from 1st Platoon America Company of the 3-7 Infantry Battalion, 4th Brigade 3rd Infantry Division, occupy a police checkpoint during a patrol to secure Highway 1 as a NATO convoy passes along it from their base at COP Soltan Kheyl to the village of Haft Asyab, Sayedabad District, Wardak Province, Afghanistan, Thursday, September ... (more)
IT IS hard to say what is most infuriating about Hamid Karzai: his kleptocratic entourage or his profound ingratitude to the Western soldiers whose blood has kept him in power.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai, center, is surrounded by body guards as he arrives at a mosque inside the presidential palace to deliver his Eid al-Adha message, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday, Oct 15, 2013.
As of last weekend, the much-anticipated security pact governing the future of American troops in Afghanistan looked good to go.
The U.S. is considering cutting Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai out of the peace process in the area, due to his aversion to signing an agreement that would keep U.S. troops after 2014.
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Since Jimmy Carter's utter miscalculations led to the installation of a radical theocracy in Iran, the Persian nation has become a thorn in the world's body politic -- a rogue state in many ways fostering terrorism and preparing a nuclear capability that frightens most of its neighbors.