Afghanistan

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Greenhaven Press, Jan 8, 2010 - History - 251 pages
Explores key questions about U.S.-led military involvement in Afghanistan. Have the operations benefited or hurt the region? Should they continue? Is it possible for Afghans to have a democratic government, with free and fair elections, that would prevent warlords and religious leaders from dominating the country? And how — with the Taliban, terror cells, the drug trade, and a fledgling government and military — can Afghanistan be stabilized for the long term?

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Contents

Foreword
15
Real Political and Economic Progress Has
31
The Lack of Progress in Afghanistan
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