Imminence of Implosion

By: Dr. G. Rauf Roashan

It is almost a decade that Afghans have waited for situations in their country to improve: security to be maintained, the war on terror fought and won by a coalition of international forces, the economy to improve, unemployment rates, now well over fifty percent, to be reduced, educational facilities to become fully functional, and health and medical services to develop and expand. They have waited and wished for a welfare government to become fully operative, justice to be maintained and democracy and equality to be promulgated. Now at the end of this long wait they see corruption blooming, security worse than ever, the war dragging on with indecisive results, health and education still in need of attention and democracy just a name.

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