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From 7,000 Miles Away, Afghans Anxiously Watch U.S. Presidential Election

Thursday, May 29, 2008

MAZAR-E-SHARIF, Afghanistan -- As the United States prepares for its presidential election, many Afghans are anxiously watching the race that will bring an end to the administration that triggered the 2001 U.S. intervention in their country and that has designed much of the continued military and development strategy there.

Given that Afghanistan, one of the poorest countries in the world, has become almost completely dependent on the foreign assistance the U.S. intervention has brought, Afghans perhaps have good reason for their anxiety. ...

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