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WASHINGTON WEEK

Afghanistan's Civil Unrest, Delayed Talks with Iran

  • Aired: 07/18/2014
  • 08:13
  • Rating: NR
On this week’s Webcast Extra, Michael Crowley of TIME Magazine covers how near Afghanistan was to civil war; Yochi Dreazen of Foreign Policy Magazine says Iran is not close on a deal over its nuclear capabilities; Real Clear Politic’s Alexis Simendinger and John Harwood of CNBC questions what Bashar al-Assad is capable of during his third Syria presidency and ISIS's role in redefining the region.
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On the brink of Civil War in Afghanistan, Iran Stalled Nuclear Deal.
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