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US has no anti-corruption strategy for Afghan reconstruction

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American officials have no strategy for fighting corruption in one of the most corrupt countries in the world despite spending $96 billion in a dozen years on Afghan reconstruction, according to a government watchdog. "We found that the U.S. anti-corruption activities in Afghanistan are not guided by a comprehensive U.S. strategy or related guidance that defines clear goals and objectives for...

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