Northern Alliance Robert Siegel talks with Patricia Goshen, an adjunct professor of human rights issues at both Georgetown University and the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Gossman has been in e-mail contact with people in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul. She says some people believe the Northern Alliance -- the main opposition to the ruling Taliban -- may be on the way back to power.
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Robert Siegel talks with Patricia Goshen, an adjunct professor of human rights issues at both Georgetown University and the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Gossman has been in e-mail contact with people in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul. She says some people believe the Northern Alliance — the main opposition to the ruling Taliban — may be on the way back to power.