Reading today's Times article about the Taliban trying to prevent Afghans from participating in the upcoming elections, you get a sense of just how important "strategic communications" are to the Taliban's overall strategy. The Taliban has been doing everything from disseminating threatening leaflets to warning voters in mosques that any ink stained fingers they see will be amputated. A key part of the intimidation campaign the radio stations they're using to broadcast threats...

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