Rotten to the core

Why does the West, after nearly a decade of war in Afghanistan, still have no viable strategy for fighting corruption? Read the full article here.

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Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images
Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images

Why does the West, after nearly a decade of war in Afghanistan, still have no viable strategy for fighting corruption?

Read the full article here.

Why does the West, after nearly a decade of war in Afghanistan, still have no viable strategy for fighting corruption?

Read the full article here.

<p> Justin Mankin, a former intelligence officer posted to Afghanistan, recently served as an anti-corruption advisor to NATO's International Security Assistance Force and is pursuing a doctorate at Stanford University.  </p>

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