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    • Notes from Afghanistan.

    • Afghanistan--Politics and government--2001-
    • Sarah Chayes shared her insights on the political and military situations in Afghanistan from the perspective of a former American journalist and, currently, as a business woman and a policy analyst living in Kandahar, Afghanistan since 2001....
    • Sarah Chayes on Tribal Culture in Afghanistan -- August 15, 2009

    • Humanities Desk audio radio history literature art religion Nebraska life Sarah Chayes on Tribal Culture in Afghanistan NPR reporter soap soapmaking E.N. Thompson Forum U.S. policy
    • People in Afghanistan will vote for their next president on 8/20/09. The US has increased its military presence, and the Taliban has promised to disrupt voting. Earlier this year, former NPR Afghanistan correspondent Sarah Chayes was in Nebraska....
    • Sarah Chayes complete interview -- March 9, 2009

    • Humanities Desk radio history literature art religion Nebraska life Chayes NPR reporter Afghanistan soap soapmaking E.N. Thompson Forum tribal culture U.S. policy
    • Sarah Chayes was an NPR reporter in Afghanistan during the 2001 attack and overthrow of the Taliban. Then she left NPR to do relief work there. In this interview with NET Radio's Jerry Johnston, she explains her decision to leave NPR, her opinions...
    • Notes from Afghanistan by Sarah Chayes

    • E.N. Thompson Forum video World Issues Cooper Foundation issue lecture lectures UNL University Nebraska Notes Afghanistan Chayes Kandahar Taliban National Public Radio NPR Afghans Civil Society Arghand Punishment Virtue Inside After
    • Sarah Chayes has been living and working in Kandahar, Afghanistan since 2001, when she covered the fall of the Taliban for National Public Radio. In 2002 she left journalism to help rebuild the shattered country whose fate will help determine the...
    • Sarah Chayes on Afghan tribes -- March 9, 2009

    • Humanities Desk radio history literature art religion Nebraska life Chayes NPR reporter Afghanistan soap soapmaking E.N. Thompson Forum tribal culture U.S. policy
    • Sarah Chayes was an NPR reporter in Afghanistan during the 2001 attack and overthrow of the Taliban. Then she left NPR to do relief work there. In this portion of her interview with NET Radio's Jerry Johnston, she describes the complicated...
    • From NPR's voice in Afghanistan to soapmaker -- March 9, 2009

    • Humanities Desk radio history literature art religion Nebraska life Chayes NPR reporter Afghanistan soap soapmaking E.N. Thompson Forum tribal culture U.S. policy
    • Sarah Chayes has been living and working in Kandahar, Afghanistan since 2001, when she covered the fall of the Taliban for National Public Radio. In 2002 she left journalism to help rebuild the shattered country whose fate will help determine the...

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