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Want to cut the deficit? End the war. (By James P. McGovern and Walter B. Jones, February 18, 2011)
One drunken night leads to a nightmare in Kabul (Post, February 16, 2011)
Marc Grossman to replace Holbrooke (Post, February 15, 2011)
TV drama is Pakistani army's new tool (Post, February 11, 2011)
At CIA, mistakes by officers are often overlooked (Post, February 9, 2011)
Case of jailed diplomat further frays U.S.-Pakistan relations (Post, February 8, 2011)
U.S. effort to arm Afghan villagers carries some risk (Post, February 7, 2011)
Kabul Bank officials leave Afghanistan amid bribery probe (Post, February 1, 2011)
A war without a champion (By Danielle Pletka, January 28, 2011)
IED casualties in Afghanistan spike (Post, January 26, 2011)
In letter, Petraeus offers optimistic assessment of Afghan war (Post, January 26, 2011)
A son's tattoos, and a mother's blind spot (By Carolyn Hax, January 23, 2011)
Marines take over a Taliban haven (Post, January 19, 2011)
Iran's fuel blockade strains relations with Afghanistan, prompts protests (Post, January 17, 2011)
Army sergeant killed in Afghanistan (Post, January 17, 2011)
Success of Afghan drug war is waning (Post, January 14, 2011)
In Pakistan, Biden pledges long-term American support (Post, January 13, 2011)
Biden promises long-term aid to Afghans (Post, January 12, 2011)
IG for Afghanistan war resigns amid pressure from lawmakers (Post, January 11, 2011)
Budget woes could spell more troop cuts (Post, January 10, 2011)
Despite red tape, group helps veterans' families (Post, January 9, 2011)
Without fanfare, Wahlberg supports the troops in person (Post, January 8, 2011)
U.S., NATO to spend $11.6 billion for Afghan security this year (Post, January 6, 2011)
Corrupt leaders trump Taliban (Post, January 6, 2011)
Hope for peace arises in one Afghan district (Post, January 5, 2011)

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