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12.03.2012

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US journalist Kim Barker has done the near impossible. She’s written a book called The Taliban Shuffle about Afghanistan and Pakistan—'Af-Pak'—and all of the absurdities of living there and reporting on the wretched fight against terrorism. And, as well as being insightful, it’s funny!  In a black, self-deprecating, Catch 22 kind of way. Kim Barker talks with Paul Barclay.  Source: abc.net.au

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