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"I remember playing for the first time in 1999 as it was one of the first events where I got the chance to play at the highest level. with all of its military might and money couldnt tame Afghanistans drug problem in 13 years what chance does a weak central Afghan government have after most of those American troops leave The Afghan drug trade is like a colony of termites eating away at the framing of an Afghan society the US hoped to build "If our policy was to assure we had a stable government in Afghanistan so it would not be open to be a terrorist sanctuary to attack usand thats our stated goal for why weve lost 2300 GIs and spent billions and billions of dollarsweve got a grave problem" Sopko says Afghanistan is the source of about 90% of the worlds opium Its farmers dedicated more than 500000 acres to the opium poppys cultivation in 2013 up 36% from 2012 Much of that crop is sold to the Taliban who pocket an estimated $100 million annually to fund anti-government forces "The drug trade undermines the Afghan government because it funds the insurgency fuels corruption and distorts the economy" the IG said in his latest quarterly report "Moreover the number of domestic addicts is growing" The report is crammed with grim statistics: an estimated 75% of Afghan adults use illegal drugs And while Kabul has established 50 drug-treatment centers across the country their patients represent only 1% of the nations addicts In some sections of the country half the parents provide opium to their children the UN has reported Whatever gains the US and its allies may have achieved in Afghanistan are in jeopardy so long as drug money flows freely distorts Afghanistans economy and encourages corruption (Last year 50 of the 700 Afghans arrested by special anti-drug units and convicted in Afghan courts were government employees) Sopko whose assignment is limited to scrubbing the existing effortsnot proposing new onesconcedes the challenge "Its extremely difficult and the people are trying their darndest and many have died" he adds "But the bottom line is it hasn’t worked" Sopko is a veteran government investigator whose blunt assessments often anger those hes investigating at least in public "Off the record [the US officials responsible for the counter-narcotics efforts in Afghanistan] say ‘its a disaster" he says "On the record they say `this is a long-term project that’s going to take many years" The inspector general isnt telling the Pentagon anything it doesnt know "Narcotics continued to play an integral role in financing the insurgency creating instability and enabling corruption" the Defense Department said in a report to Congress last month assessing recent progress The root of the problem is economics not narcotics The subsistence farmers growing poppies will grow whatever puts the most food on their tables "They are not inherently criminals they are not even politically motivated in what they are trying to do" William Brownfield who heads the State Departments counter-narcotics efforts told a congressional panel in February "They conclude that they can make $500 a year if they grow wheat but they can make $2000 a year if they grow opium poppy so they grow opium poppies" From 2011 to 2013 as the US troop presence dropped from nearly 100000 to less than 70000 the number of drug raids fell 17% The seizures of opium dropped by 57% and heroin dropped by 77% There are now about 33000 US troops in Afghanistan and most if not all of them are set to pull out by the end of the year SIGAR The provinces quest to achieve annual "poppy-free status" has focused Afghan efforts on provinces close to that goal which makes them eligible for $1 million to build schools hospitals roads and other public works Fifteen of Afghanistans 34 provinces were declared poppy-free last year two fewer than in 2012 The Afghans are concentrating their anti-narcotics efforts on low-hanging fruit "The majority of Afghan seizures are a result of routine police operations near population centers or transportation corridors such as at checkpoints or border crossings" the report says That focus has "contributed to the concentration of poppy cultivation in limited remote and largely insecure areas of the country" While 2013 saw peak poppy production in Afghanistan this year could yield an even bigger crop Thats because Afghan forces dedicated to anti-narcotic tasks had to be diverted to help secure the recent election which coincided with the poppy-growing and eradication season It’s a perverse twist: efforts to nurture democracy helped the poppies flourish which eventually could doom whatever kind of democracy the US bequeathes Afghanistan at year’s end Write to Mark Thompson at mark_thompson@timemagazinecom eradication is down,000 each to designated banks by the consultant, Over the past decade, David Becker—Getty Images A display shows Panasonic’s virtual make-up mirror at a Panasonic news conference on Jan. we believe, DSS, We created it. 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