Afghanistan is a land-locked country.
Of course the UN brings in a lot of moral authority.
Be modest, be respectful of others, try to understand.
Probably I understand very much the people who rise against injustice.
There again, that is a fundamental principle: no two situations are alike.
When you go from one place to another, you go with experience, you don't go with prescriptions.
To leave Afghanistan as a playground for terrorists and adventurers was simply not possible anymore.
Several million people inside and outside Afghanistan are destitute and desperately in need of help.
People now realize that globalization is not only for the multi-nationals and the circulation of money.
I think a failed state is the responsibility of the people who have made that state fail, and those are generally the people of that country.