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As the U.S. prepares for an unconventional war against terrorism, Diane and her guests talk about conditions inside Afghanistan, the country’s recent history, its geography, the Taliban-controlled government and other realities that will affect U.S. security and military efforts there.
- Amb. Karl Inderfurth Former assistant secretary of state for south Asian affairs; professor and graduate program director at George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs
- Pamela Constable Kabul and Islamabad Bureau Chief for "The Washington Post"
- Omar Samad Ambassador of Afghanistan to Canada
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