Ambassador Khalilzad, the 'Viceroy of Afghanistan'

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NPR's Ivan Watson reports from the Afghan capital of Kabul on the influence of the U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad — known to some in city as the "Viceroy of Afghanistan." Since he took up his post late last year, there has been a sharp rise in U.S. development aid.

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