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Worldview 5.21.12

Afghan National Army soldiers march at their base last week in eastern Afghanistan. The Afghan National Army is a critical part of the huge machine being built to protect Afghanistan's security after the NATO alliance is gone in less than three years. (AP/Anja Niedringhaus)

Monday on Worldview:

NATO members will spend the morning focusing on the future of Afghanistan. Member nations will have to decide what sort of commitment they’re willing to make post-2014. That’s when Afghan security forces will become responsible for their own security.

Worldview hashes out the policy news with a panel of experts: Hasina Safi, Director of the Afghanistan Women’s Educational Centre, Mahbouba Seraj, Founder and Director of Soraya Marshal Consulting and executive board member of Afghan Women’s Network and Ian Hurd, professor of political science at Northwestern University weigh in. We also check in with Amnesty International's Executive Director Suzanne Nossel.

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