special inspector general for afghanistan reconstruction

-- As a result of the U.S. military draw down in Afghanistan, the Department of Defense has lost much of its ability to collect
How to track the taxpayer money helping rebuild the country is a key question as budget battles begin this week.
"USAID is working with the new Government of Afghanistan to build a comprehensive, nationwide education system that will
If you were to look at my past and present passports, you'd see a host of nations stamped on it that the White House has historically considered an adversary, an "axis of evil" state, or a security threat.
"I take strong exception to allegations that I interfered in the process and demonstrated a lack of integrity or compliance
Afghanistan has a rich culinary tradition, but soybeans have not been a part of it. American agricultural experts who consider soybeans a superfood find this dismaying, and so over the past four years, they have invested tens of millions of U.S. taxpayer dollars to try to change the way Afghans eat.
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), who has made oversight in Afghanistan one of her signature issues, told The Washington Post
In addition to the construction flaws, SIGAR faulted U.S. forces for not properly transferring the facility to the Afghan
Sopko's Oct. 10 letter was addressed to Gen. James N. Mattis, commander of the U.S. Central Command, and Gen. John R. Allen
October 7 marks the tenth anniversary of the US war in Afghanistan. After expending $4 trillion and thousands of lives, the US needs an exit from the depressing impasse of its militarized foreign policy.
"The timing couldn't be worse," said a senior Democratic Hill aide. "When we're spending $325 million per day in Afghanistan
Since 2002, the international community has funded both the construction and ongoing maintenance of these facilities. According
So why didn't Congress authorize a special inspector general for Afghanistan until 2008, long after the structure was put