ASP Podcast: Afghanistan

posted by Paul Hamill on May 2, 2012 at 12:00 pm

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This week we saw the President of the United States in Kabul, Afghanistan. While there he signed a Strategic Partnership Agreement with President Karzai and spoke to the American people on his plans to conclude the Afghan conflict.

In the podcast we discuss the Afghan conflict, the implications of the SPA, and what next for Afghanistan and it’s people.

ASP’s is joined by Joshua Partlow from the Washington Post, in a personal capacity. He spent over 3 years covering Afghanistan as the bureau chief in Kabul, and before that was in Iraq.

 

Featuring:

Stephen A. Cheney, ASP’s CEO

Matthew Wallin, ASP Policy Analyst

and Special Guest:

Joshua Partlow

Joshua is a former Kabul bureau chief for the Washington Post, has written from all over the world, and is presently writing a book on the politics of Afghanistan

He joins us in a personal capacity. 

Moderated by:

Paul Hamill, ASP Director of External Relations

 

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Listen to other podcasts in our series:

One Year On

Humanitarian Intervention, Energy and Gas Prices, plus the latest on Iran

The Growing Research and Development Gap

2012: Look Ahead

The Future of Afghanistan

Central Asia: What’s Happening and How It Impacts US Foreign Policy

Energy and Nuclear Power

Afghanistan: Are We Winning

Covering Conflict as a Journalist, Libya and Afghanistan

Afghanistan, Central & South Asia – energy, mining and private sector development

Energy Choices, Climate Change and CAFE Fuel Standards

A Farewell from Dr. Jim Ludes and a Discussion on National Security

Rare Earth Metals and Development in Afghanistan

Nuclear Security and the Future of the Marine Corp

Expeditionary Economics and Libya

“Are We Winning?” 2010 Report

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