John Sopko

Office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction

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Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, appointed by President Obama in 2012

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After 13 years in Afghanistan, and the loss of 2000 American lives, victories have been hard to come by.

Americans Have Paid for "Ghost Schools" in Afghanistan

After 13 years in Afghanistan, and the loss of 2000 American lives, victories have been hard to come by.

from To the Point

The US has made a major commitment to help rebuild Afghanistan after more than a decade of warfare.

John Sopko, Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction

The US has made a major commitment to help rebuild Afghanistan after more than a decade of warfare.

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More than a billion dollars in US aid will flow to the government of Afghanistan in this year alone, despite years of warnings about corruption.

US Aid to Afghanistan Flows Despite Warnings of Misuse

More than a billion dollars in US aid will flow to the government of Afghanistan in this year alone, despite years of warnings about corruption.

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