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Afghanistan Drug Control: Strategy Evolving and Progress Reported, but Interim Performance Targets and Evaluation of Justice Reform Efforts Needed
Charles Michael Johnson, Jr. (au)
The illicit drug trade is a challenge to the U.S. counterinsurgency campaign in Afghanistan (AFG). AFG produces over 90% of the world’s opium, which competes with the country’s licit agr. industry, provides funds to insurgents, and fuels corruption in AFG. Since 2005, the U.S. has allotted $2 billion to stem the production, consumption, and trafficking of illicit drugs while building the Afghan gov’t. capacity to conduct counter-narcotics activities. This report: (1) examines how the U.S. counter-narcotics strategy in Afghanistan has changed; and (2) assesses progress made and challenges faced within the elimination and eradication, interdiction, justice reform, public info., and drug demand reduction program areas. Illustrations.
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