Afghanistan’s Government Needs Reform

What the United States Can Do

Caroline Wadhams talks about Afghanistan's recent parliamentary elections and what needs to happen for the country to have a stable, representative government.

What’s going to happen now that over a quarter of all ballots have been thrown out in Afghanistan’s parliamentary elections? What needs to happen for the country to have a stable government? What can the United States do to help?

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Caroline Wadhams

Senior Fellow