Kabul talks more about salvaging images

At the end of Tuesday's Kabul Conference, the government of Afghanistan and the international community together renewed their commitments to the Afghan people. However, the reality is that the Kabul Communiqué's goal is to salvage the somewhat tainted image the Afghan government and international community have obtained due to their performance over the last decade.

Nipa Banerjee
Published: Wednesday, 07/21/2010 12:00 am EDT

At the end of Tuesday's Kabul Conference, the government of Afghanistan and the international community together renewed their commitments to the Afghan people. However, the reality is that the Kabul Communiqué's goal is to salvage the somewhat tainted image the Afghan government and international community have obtained due to their performance over the last decade.

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