Karl W. Ekenberry

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In the run-up to Afghanistan’s presidential and provincial council elections on Aug. 20, Afghan and international political elites and journalists will pass judgment on the past five years. But only the Afghan people can decide who will best lead their country for the next five.

Afghanistan’s elections present an opportunity for the country’s citizens to create a future of prosperity and peace for their children. Five years ago, with guidance from the international community, Afghanistan held its first elections and began the process of building a new state — a complex and difficult effort following 25 years of invasion, civil war, oppression and foreign-inspired terrorism.…  Seguir leyendo »