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Afghanistan's Civil Society faces a perilous future

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If this approach had been adopted  some years ago, as suggested by some observers since early 2005, the Afghan problem would perhaps be more manageable today. Late as it is, some hope could be held for a less disastrous outcome should it be adopted now.

 

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I am a former, now retired, senior Italian diplomatic officer. I have spent many years (over 25) in Central Asia (sixteen in Afghanistan).

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