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Getting a Ground-Level View of Afghanistan

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Getting a Ground-Level View of Afghanistan

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Getting a Ground-Level View of Afghanistan

Getting a Ground-Level View of Afghanistan

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British diplomat and journalist Rory Stewart walked across Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban, and later wrote about the experience in a memoir.

Stewart talks with Madeleine Brand about the motivation for the perilous journey across the warn-torn nation, and also about his stint as a provincial governor in post-invasion Iraq.

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