Our Man in Kabul

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					Our Man in Kabul
Tara McKelvey
The American Prospect; Apr 2009; 20, 3; Docstoc
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Description: If a soldier is injured in a suicide bombing, he can be transported to a combat-support hospital and undergo surgery within 20 minutes of the explosion. The U.S. also spent a lot of money on monthly stipends to the so-called Sons of Iraq to ensure that they would help keep the peace, as well as millions of dollars (exact numbers are not known) in payments to local tribal leaders through U.S. contracts for reconstruction and other projects. In the past, the markers of progress in Afghanistan have been the establishment of a functioning democracy and the creation of a hospitable place from which U.S. military forces can fight terrorism.
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