What is the role of the U.S. government in Afghanistan?
Posted On July 27, 2021
The Afghan government is looking to make changes to the way it deals with its own security, with the potential to transform the country.
“This is an opportunity for us to change the security system in Afghanistan, and it could have a profound impact on the country,” Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said last week.
Afghanistan has suffered from a lack of infrastructure, poor infrastructure, and corruption, which has contributed to a high number of insurgent attacks and other violence, according to the International Crisis Group.
The Taliban have waged a war for almost two decades against the government and the army, and its fighters have killed more than 10,000 people.
But the Afghan government has a limited ability to respond to such attacks, and there are a number of factors that make it hard for the country to stop them, according the Washington Post.
The country has struggled to build a strong military and a police force.
It lacks adequate infrastructure to handle its growing population, and a lack, especially of women and girls, in many of the schools that are used to teach the country’s young people.
Afghan government officials have long blamed the Taliban for a lack in the countrys ability to train its soldiers, and that is something that the government is trying to address with the development of a civilian police force, which the Post reported would be one of the first steps to fixing that.
The government also wants to create a national school system to provide education to the country s young people, and to help students learn from each other.
The government is also trying to encourage its citizens to leave the country, and have them return, and is also looking to establish a more inclusive society.