<b>Pamela Constable </b>is a foreign correspondent and former deputy foreign editor at <i>The Washington Post</i>. Since 1998, she has reported extensively from Pakistan, Afghanistan, and India as well as Iraq. Before joining the <i>Post</i> in 1994, she was a foreign correspondent and foreign policy reporter for <i>The</i> <i>Boston Globe, </i>where she covered South and Central America for a decade, focusing on Chile and Haiti, as well as parts of Asia and the former Soviet Union. Constable is author of <i>Fragments of Grace: My Search for Meaning in the Strife of South Asia</i> and co-author of <i>A Nation of Enemies: Chile Under Pinochet</i>. A graduate of Brown University, she is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a winner of the Maria Moors Cabot Prize, and a former fellow at the Alicia Patterson Foundation and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. She is the founder of the Afghan Stray Animal League, which operates a shelter and clinic for needy small animals in Kabul.