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Published on Sep 27, 2018
Afghanistan produces 90 percent of the world's opium, despite the efforts of the United States.
Washington is being outplayed by a formidable opponent -- and we're not talking about a militant group, but tens of thousands of poor farmers. They rely on the cultivation of this often deadly drug for their livelihoods. So if a mountain of cash and the world's most powerful military can't solve the problem -- what can?
Guests: Mike Vigil Former agent Drug Enforcement Administration
Javid Faisal Former deputy spokesman for Afghanistan's Chief Executive Parliamentary candidate