On Leadership: Afghanistan 'captured by the Beltway'
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On Leadership: Afghanistan 'captured by the Beltway'

Ashraf Ghani, former Finance Minister of Afghanistan, on why government contractors are bleeding Afghanistan and why 8,000 pounds of Afghan raisins give him hope. (Video by Ian Saleh, Elizabeth Tenety and Andrea Useem/The Washington Post)

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