Reviews status of post-conflict political transition and political landscape in Afghanistan since 2004-2005 elections, and adoption of a permanent constitution. Evaluates Government performance, including official corruption and compromises with faction leaders, increasing focus on local solutions and governance, human rights issues, and funding issues. Discusses upcoming 2009 elections.
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Microfiche version: Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Afghanistan