What Karzai’s second term means for Afghanistan and U.S.

What Karzai’s second term means for Afghanistan and U.S.
Worldfocus, November 2, 2009

Taliban abducted Afghans who dared to voteTaliban threats loom over Afghanistan’s upcoming electionBattling corruption is vital to U.S. mission in AfghanistanPropping up the embroiled Afghan presidentAfghans ambivalent about prospects of Nov. 7 runoff electionWeek in Review: Afghanistan, Pakistan, China and RussiaViolence in Pakistan draws attention from AfghanistanKarzai defends integrity of Afghan electionFraud, threats and lack of women mark Afghan electionsIn Afghanistan, a kaleidoscope of alliances and betrayals
News that Afghan President Hamid Karzai will serve a second term became official today after his rival withdrew from a runoff scheduled to take place this weekend.

Hassan Abbas, a Bernard Schwartz Fellow at the Asia Society and former Pakistani government official, joins Daljit Dhaliwal to discuss what Karzai’s second term means for the U.S. and the international community.

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