Maximizing Chances for Success in Afghanistan and Pakistan

Published By: The Brookings Institution | Published Date: February, 15 , 2012

The following is a Campaign 2012 policy brief by Bruce Riedel and Michael O’Hanlon proposing ideas for the next president on America’s foreign policy toward Afghanistan and Pakistan. Vanda Felbab-Brown prepared a response arguing that corruption and political patronage in the Afghan government must be overcome to help reconnect the country’s citizens with their government. Elizabeth Ferris also prepared a response arguing that a vital step in establishing security and stability in Afghanistan and Pakistan is meeting the long-term humanitarian needs of their people.

Author(s): Bruce Riedel, Michael O'Hanlon | Posted on: Feb 14, 2016 | Views()

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