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Type Report
Title Report on Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan
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Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2009
Publisher DIANE Publishing
URL http://books.google.md/books?id=wH0ox1PbHxwC
Abstract
After the attacks of 9/11, the U.S. and our international partners toppled the Taliban regime in Afghanistan, ending years of brutal misrule and denying al Qaeda a safe haven from which to launch its attacks. The U.S. strategic goals remain that Afghanistan is: (1) a reliable, stable ally in the War on Terror; (2) moderate and democratic, with a thriving private sector economy; (3) capable of governing its territory and borders; and (4) respectful of the rights of all its citizens. Achieving these goals requires the application of a whole-of-government approach, along multiple lines of operation, including security, governance, and development. This report describes both the progress we are making in achieving our national objectives, and the challenges we continue to face.

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Leonard, Barry. Report on Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan. : DIANE Publishing, 2009.
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