Demographic shifts may help turn the state blue.
Perceived as ineffective and corrupt, the Afghan president faces an uphill battle to reelection.
More than all his predecessors, Bush may see his legacy shaped by the barrage of new media.
A new command and headquarters are part of the plan to refocus on its nuclear responsibilities.
While some Middle East experts say tit-for-tat cyberattacks on Islamic websites amounts to a virtual sectarian battle, others suspect third-party agitators could be the culprits.