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Pashtunistan faces huge escalation of U.S. anti-terror war

Perspectives

Pashtunistan faces huge escalation of U.S. anti-terror war

Worldfocus multimedia producer Ben Piven writes about the U.S. war in Pashtunistan, a misunderstood place not found on any world map. The knee-jerk American reaction after September 11th was to strike at the Taliban-ruled nation that harbored a huge al-Qaeda contingent: Afghanistan. But the U.S. has widened its campaign to the region of Pashtunistan.

Posted: December 31, 2009 12:31   Comments: 5
Pakistan celebrates, reflects on independence day

Perspectives

Pakistan celebrates, reflects on independence day

On Friday, Pakistan celebrated its 62nd anniversary of independence from British rule. Security was on high alert in the conflict-torn nation. A Worldfocus contributing blogger describes the changes Pakistan has gone through since gaining independence in 1947.

Posted: August 14, 2009 14:38   Comments: 0
Baltic states preserve identities, but remain vulnerable

From the Field

Baltic states preserve identities, but remain vulnerable

Worldfocus producer Ara Ayer reported on a signature series from the Baltics and writes about those nations' efforts to retain their national and cultural identities, even as the global economic crisis looms and Russia reemerges as a world power.

Posted: April 9, 2009 12:07   Comments: 4
Protests erupt after Georgia detains ethnic Armenians

Perspectives

Protests erupt after Georgia detains ethnic Armenians

A Worldfocus contributing blogger describes stirring tensions in Armenia and his experience attending a protest in Yerevan against Georgia's detention of two ethnic Armenians.

Posted: February 26, 2009 14:49   Comments: 4

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