Given the Taliban's history, women say it's critical that they're at the table to make sure concessions aren't made at their expense.
By Tom A. Peter, Correspondent / January 26, 2012
During the past year, the US and its NATO allies have placed increasing emphasis on bringing an end to the war in Afghanistan through negotiations. With the Taliban on the verge of getting a political office in Qatar, substantive talks now appear closer than ever before.
Read the full article in the Christian Science Monitor.