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August 30, 2007 04:42 AM UTC

The Aaron Harber Show-- Ashraf Ghani (This Friday)

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Before The Aaron Harber Show moves to its new time at 8:00 PM on Tuesdays and 5:00 PM on Fridays, which will start September 4th, Aaron will be joined by Ashraf Ghani Friday the 31st at 9:00 PM. You can catch a rebroadcast of the show on Sunday at 2:00 PM.

Ashraf Ghani, who served as a finance minister of Afghanistan after September 11th and a chief adviser to President Karzai, is currently Chancellor of Kabul University and Chairman of the Institute of State Effectiveness.

In his interview, Mr. Ghani addresses issues such as American media’s coverage of Afghanistan, narcotics, international involvement in the country as well as some ideas on stabilizing the situation.

Ghani responds to the question as to when the military presence in Afghanistan should end by saying that no time table can be placed on that decision. Afghans must first discover the “key to stability” by realizing opportunities in the future for new generations. This is especially critical considering three out of five people in Afghanistan are under the age of 20.

He spends some time discussing the international involvement in Afghanistan and how it plays into the supply and demand of narcotics. The lack of consensus, organization and management is what slows global institutions. He says that the use of force by international actors is not being accompanied by the effort to stabilize economy and develop social necessary institutions.

Join The Aaron Harber Show this Friday to learn more about the issues which were addressed as well as exactly what kind of recommendations Ashraf Ghani has to offer for the economy, society and the future of Afghanistan.

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