In deciding whether or not to put the young woman on the cover, Rick Stengel, managing editor of Time, said, "I just felt that I really wanted us to weigh in in a powerful way with one particular point of view."=>
Stengel added, "I wanted people to be confronted with the idea that there are consequences of us leaving."
Zama Coursen-Neff, deputy director of the Children's Rights Division at Human Rights Watch, said that woman's rights have to be at the forefront of any kind of "reconciliation with the Taliban."=http:="">
Couric asked if Afghan President Hamid Karzai, was the "right partner to move women's rights forward?"
Coursen-Neff responded, "Hamid Karzai doesn't have a strong track record on women's rights."=http:>
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