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Afghan Views On Politics And Security

2014 promises to be a turning point in Afghanistan, with a presidential election and the drawdown of U.S. forces in the country. The Asia Foundation recently completed a survey of 9,000 Afghan citizens in 34 provinces across the country. We explore evolving Afghan attitudes towards politics and security.

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