Deconstructing Reconstruction

Afghanistan: A Failure of Strategic Alignment

Pushing and pulling from every direction resulted in a lot of wasted energy and no movement

Desert cliffs with man-made cutouts and caves.
The cliffs in Bamian, Afghanistan. Photo by Ali Yasser Arwand from Pexels

In the first piece in this series, I gave a brief summary of SIGAR’s findings in the United States’ failed Afghanistan reconstruction project. Below, I continue…

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Dan Brioli

Dan Brioli

Deivore (haven’t been able to prove it). Been a top writer in a few categories — stop caring about that stuff. The report of my death was an exaggeration.

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