Post-Taliban Afghanistan


Ashraf Ghani
*Adjunct Professor of Anthropology, Johns Hopkins University

Najam Sethi
*Editor, The Friday Times of Lahore in Pakistan

Haron Amin
*Spokesman, The Northern Alliance

In the war against terrorism, the Bush administration has targeted Osama bin Laden and also the government that supports him...Afghanistan's ruling Taliban. If the Taliban are removed from power in Kabul, then what? In this hour of Talk of the Nation, Neal Conan talks with experts about Afghanistan after the Taliban.

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