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Afghan Peace Talks (Audio)

Speakers: James Dobbins, Director, International Security and Defense Policy Center, National Research Institute, RAND Corporation; Coauthor, Afghan Peace Talks: A Primer
James J. Shinn, Lecturer, Princeton University; Coauthor, Afghan Peace Talks: A Primer
Presider: Frank G. Wisner, Foreign Affairs Adviser, Patton Boggs, LLP
September 6, 2011

James Dobbins and James J. Shinn, coauthors of Afghan Peace Talks: A Primer, discuss the relationships between al-Qaeda, the Taliban, Afghanistan, and Pakistan, as well as the obstacles and possible outcomes of peace negotiations.


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