Afghanistan: Questioning police loyalties

The importance of developing a functioning police in Afghanistan, and the challenges involved in trying to do that, are well known. This article is focused on ties between the police and the Taliban.

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2 Responses to “Afghanistan: Questioning police loyalties”

  1. Gunther Says:

    You had a similar problem with the British controlled Palestine Police where Arabs and Jews police officers couldn’t always be trusted to perform impartial policing due to personal and organizational loyalties to their people.

  2. Gunther Says:

    Same thing could be said about American police officer who were members of the KKK and nowadays being Oath Keepers and/or still being racists considering the fact that stories are being brought out about cops being investigated for posting their racists remarks before, during, and after the Ferguson protests.

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