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Dirty Money in Afghanistan

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A currency trader in Kandahar Province, January 2002.
Dirty Money in Afghanistan
How Kabul is Cleaning Up the Illicit Economy
By Javid Ahmad
A fighter of Libyan forces allied with the U.N.-backed government carries a 122 mm tank shell on top of a Soviet made T-55 in Sirte, Libya, August 2, 2016.
The Coming Fall of Libya's GNA
And What to Do About It
By Emadeddin Zahri Muntasser
A Buddhist monk poses next to unexploded bombs dropped by the U.S. Air Force planes during the Vietnam War, in Xieng Khouang in Laos September 3, 2016.
Laotian Lessons
Obama's Goal in Laos
By Brett Dakin
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The old town district of Stockholm, March 2009.
Misreading the Nordic Model
How American Admirers Get Scandinavia Wrong
By Nima Sanandaji
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How to Fix America’s Infrastructure
The United States’ infrastructure is plagued with problems: bridges are failing, roads are congested, and public transport is outdated. The United States needs to invest more—and the next administration seems poised to do so.
By Aaron Klein
Automated War
As observable data becomes even more granular and algorithms improve, autonomous systems will be able to support commander decisions.
By Cara LaPointe and Peter L. Levin
Democrats, Republicans, and the Federal Reserve
When a Democratic presidential term came to an end benchmark interest rates were always higher than they were at its beginning. When a Republican was in office, interest rates moved down.
By Edoardo Campanella
China’s Infrastructure Play
It’s time for the United States to drop its opposition to China’s massive Belt and Road infrastructure project. Providing selective support for some elements of it would boost the global economy, improve bilateral relations, and help steer China away from moves that threaten international order.
By Gal Luft
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