Role Of US Troops In Boosting Afghan Women's Gains Now that President Obama has announced plans to reduce troops in Afghanistan, what will happen to women's rights in that country? Host Michel Martin continues her conversation with Samira Hamidi, country director of the Afghan Women's Network, and Gayle Lemmon, deputy director of the Council on Foreign Relation's Women and Foreign Policy program.
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Role Of US Troops In Boosting Afghan Women's Gains

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Role Of US Troops In Boosting Afghan Women's Gains

Role Of US Troops In Boosting Afghan Women's Gains

Role Of US Troops In Boosting Afghan Women's Gains

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Now that President Obama has announced plans to reduce troops in Afghanistan, what will happen to women's rights in that country? Host Michel Martin continues her conversation with Samira Hamidi, country director of the Afghan Women's Network, and Gayle Lemmon, deputy director of the Council on Foreign Relation's Women and Foreign Policy program.