With U.S. blessing, Afghanistan’s rival presidential candidates ended six months of political deadlock by signing a power-sharing agreement that paved the way for a national unity government in Sept. 2014. However, the agreement is now seen as having brought turmoil rather than ending it.
Does the US know what is best for Afghanistan?
President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani (L) and CEO Abdullah Abdullah (R) often disagree on major policy issues. (Reuters)
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