Posted by: cousindampier | 29 April 2010

Cross-Eyed Development

Another reason the US needs some sort of a comprehensive strategy for building states:

For once, the majority of the American interagency community is in lockstep in Marja. The State and Defense Departments worked closely with the Drug Enforcement Agency to put together the effort to get control of the poppy situation. The Helmand PRT is supposed to be the civilian interagency leader in that province. It has dropped the ball. The PRT civilians should adhere to the old adage; lead, follow, or get out of the way.


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