A subtler tack to fight Afghan corruption?Quicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|There is a growing consensus that key corruption cases against people in Karzai's government should be resolved with face-saving compromises behind closed doors instead of public prosecutions. Compounding the challenge is that many Afghan officials who are regarded as corrupt also provide valuable assistance to U.S. forces, including sensitive intelligence.|
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