Category Archives: Reconstruction

A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF AMERICAN POST-CONFLICT RECONSTRUCTION

[Translate] A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF AMERICAN POST-CONFLICT RECONSTRUCTION

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Land Reform – Impact & Sustainability of $41.2 Million USAID Program Unknown

[Translate] Today, SIGAR released an audit of the $41.2 million USAID-funded Land Reform in Afghanistan (LARA) Program Key points: — Under the current Afghan government, millions of displaced Afghans have returned home, often seeking to reclaim the land they previously … Continue reading

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USAID Faulted for Lax Oversight of Afghan Land Reforms

[Translate] USAID Faulted for Lax Oversight of Afghan Land Reforms By Charles S. Clark 12:00 AM ET 1 Comment

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PATRIOTS AND PROFITEERS: COMBATING FALSE CLAIMS BY CONTRACTORS IN THE IRAQ WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION

[Translate] PATRIOTS AND PROFITEERS:  COMBATING FALSE CLAIMS BY CONTRACTORS IN THE IRAQ WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION

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CIVIL FRAUD LIABILITY AND IRAQ RECONSTRUCTION: A RETURN TO THE FALSE CLAIMS ACT’S WAR-PROFITEERING ROOTS

[Translate] CIVIL FRAUD LIABILITY AND IRAQ RECONSTRUCTION: A RETURN TO THE FALSE CLAIMS ACT’S WAR-PROFITEERING ROOTS

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Afghanistan’s Health Care Sector: USAID’s Use of Unreliable Data Presents Challenges in Assessing Program Performance and the Extent of Progress

[Translate] Afghanistan’s Health Care Sector: USAID’s Use of Unreliable Data Presents Challenges in Assessing Program Performance and the Extent of Progress

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Reconstruction under Adversity, Rebuilding Iraq — Lessons for the Future

[Translate] Reconstruction under Adversity, Rebuilding Iraq — Lessons for the Future

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SIGAR: ‘High-Risk List’ Shows Continued Erosion in Afghanistan Reconstruction

[Translate] SIGAR: ‘High-Risk List’ Shows Continued Erosion in Afghanistan Reconstruction By: Jen Judson, January 11, 2017 (Photo Credit: Capt. Jarrod Morris / 3rd Infantry Division) WASHINGTON — Among real Afghan security forces there are roughly tens of thousands of fellow soldiers on … Continue reading

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Sopko Unveils Updated High-Risk List at CSIS

[Translate] Today, Special Inspector General John F. Sopko unveiled SIGAR’s updated High-Risk List in a speech at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). As a new Administration and a new Congress prepare to inherit America’s longest war and largest reconstruction effort, the High-Risk List calls … Continue reading

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Afghanistan Reconstruction: Enduring Challenges for the New Administration and Congress

[Translate] Afghanistan Reconstruction: Enduring Challenges for the New Administration and Congress Wednesday, January 11, 2017 10:00 am – 11:30 am CSIS Headquarters Leadership of America’s longest war will soon be handed over to its third presidential administration and a new … Continue reading

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