August 25, 2003

Afghanistan Reconstruction Aid Watch Skeptics

Afghanistan Reconstruction Aid Watch

Skeptics say that the situation in Afghanistan is so dire as to be described as akin to "Alice in Wonderland Meets Franz Kakfa." But Dubya's decision to double reconstruction aid destined for Afghanistan is definitively a positive development--whether he's doing it because he needs an effective turn-around tale for the impending elections (the NYT found unnamed aid sources on the ground willing to so speculate) or more cogent rationales.

And here's more good news from Afghanistan.

Posted by Gregory at August 25, 2003 06:36 PM
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