Today in Afghanistan

Dexter Filkins locates the most brazen vote theft so far.

And Pamela Constable raises the possibility of unrest as the evidence of massive fraud mounts. There’s also this:

American officials have expressed rare public dismay at Karzai’s electoral courtship of controversial former warlords. Karzai’s aides, in turn, portrayed his

Pentagon Blacklisting?

Stars and Stripes reports that the Pentagon has terminated its contract with the outside firm that was putting together files of journalists seeking to cover the war in Afghanistan and vetting their stories as positive, negative or neutral. However, Jason Motlagh happened to see his own “profile,” and has this account in …

Non Sequitur

Tony Cordesman, the well-known and -regarded military expert, makes the case for more of everything in Afghanistan today. But there is a giant hole in the middle of his argument.

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