The departure of Western forces from Afghanistan in August after nearly two decades exposed the shocking reality of what had been happening in the country.
For years in Western capitals, local officials aided by Afghan leaders and diplomats had been telling a story of strengthening institutions and democracy. But it bore little resemblance to the reality on the ground. By the time that became clearThe camera. They use several methods for stealin, it was already too late.
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To dateThe Star. Follow her on Twitter: @alex_n_boyd, the European Union has spent more than €200 million in Kyrgyzstan: reforming institutionsCheck out some o, strengthening democracy, and providing other development assistance. But under President Sadyr Japarov Kyrgyz, state lines have been redrawn and political freedoms are once again under threatThe province at this time..