There is a growing outcrz in the world, both in the US and Europe about the need for a radical change of strategy on Afghanistan.
The riddled recent elections, the drug traffiquing controlled by the Afghan worlords and the endemic corruption of the Afghan government lead more strategists to the conviction that the present solutions do not work. I offer you here two perspectives on this issue.
The first one comes from Europe, the author being Susanne Koelbl, a journalist from Der Spiegel.
The second comes from an American author: ethics theologian David Gushee, professor at Mercer University. It was published by Associated Baptist Press and it can be read HERE.