THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

The other insurgency

Overshadowed by Iraq, the war in Afghanistan has nearly faded from view. But violence there is on the rise, and things may be about to get bloodier.

By Drake Bennett
April 16, 2006

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LAST MONDAY NIGHT, Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government hosted what it billed as a rematch between John Deutch, a former director of Central Intelligence, and William Kristol, founding editor of the neoconservative Weekly Standard magazine. In October of 2002, the two had met to dispute whether the US should invade Iraq. This time they were arguing over whether ... (Full article: 1680 words)

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