Afghans will vote on June 14 to decide which of the last candidates standing -- Abdullah Abdullah or Ashraf Ghani -- will be their next president.
The foreign policy issues in play are profound: NATO troop withdrawal, the Bilateral Security Agreement, religious extremism, and regional security.
Check out our Google + Hangout on the subject which was held on June 13 with expert panelists in Kabul and Prague.
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, RFE/RL’s Central Newsroom Correspondent, live blogging
on the campaign, the election, and its repercussions direct from Kabul.
, Regional Director of Broadcasting, Prague, overseeing RFE/RL's Afghanistan and Pakistan broadcast services. Ayazi is a frequent commentator on Afghan politics, and before joining RFE/RL, was a broadcaster for Afghan National Radio and TV.
, Senior Editor with RFE/RL's Pakistan Service, Radio Mashaal. Khattak, based in Prague, has written for "Foreign Policy
," "Christian Science Monitor" and "CTC Sentinel." He is an expert on militancy in Pakistan's tribal areas, the Pakistani Taliban, and Pashtun politics and society.
Moderator: Mardo Soghom
, RFE/RL’s Regional Director for Iran & Iraq. Based in Prague, Soghom has written extensively
on Middle East politics and previously served as News Director for Radio Farda, RFE/RL’s Persian Service.