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U.S. Counternarcotics Strategy in Afghanistan, 2007

Published August 7, 2007

Compiled by Ambassador Thomas A. Schweich, Coordinator for Counternarcotics and Justice Reform in Afghanistan, this document "evaluates the current counternarcotics strategy for Afghanistan, examines issues, obstacles, and lessons learned, and presents a way forward on key elements of the strategy, including public information, alternative development, poppy elimination/eradication, interdiction, and justice reform."

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