Despite the infusion of millions of dollars of international aid since America's intervention in 2001, Afghanistan is still plagued by drugs, corruption, and terror. In this anthology, scholars, officials, politicians, and warlords debate the progress and prospects of the war-weary Afghan people as they strive to rebuild their country and reshape their destiny.
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Has Afghanistan Made Progress Since
Afghanistan Has Made Progress
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