If President Karzai's links to allegedly corrupt officials are true, what should the U.S. do?
New accounts from Afghan officials suggest that President Hamid Karzai may have been closely involved in a corruption scandal that led to the arrest of one of his advisers last month. There is also speculation that Karzai personally intervened in the release of the aide, even though the arrest had been approved by Afghanistan's attorney general. Read the full article.
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