US Counter-Narcotic Strategy in Afghanistan: Analysis





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Published on Mar 18, 2008

Michael Shank, government relations adviser at George Mason University's Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, analyzes the United States' counter-narcotic strategy in Afghanistan, the potential for high-value alternative crops in Helmand and Kandahar provinces, the need for economic assistance in reconstructing Afghanistan's agricultural infrastructure, and next steps in transitioning farmers off opium production. Interview courtesy of Voice of America's Pashto Services

Comments • 2

great interview, i am a regular viewer of Ashna TV, and shaista saadat is a great anchor, ashna is also good. keep it up guys.
its not cheap pashto, but basic pashto. I think she speaks quite good. Most of the afghans are un-educated, so they can understand what she says.
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