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20 Aug, 2009 16:41

Credibility challenge for Afghan victor

Whoever wins matters less than how that government will be capable of governing and how it will be viewed by the Afghan people, argues Tony Blankley, a contributor to the Washington Times.

“Fundamentally, either government – whether it is Karzai or Abdullah or even some unlikely third person – they have a real challenge in becoming credible,” Blankley added.