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1. What cultural differences/problems did you identify in the article?
2. What could be the long-term implications arising from these differences?
3. What could the American and Canadian leaders have done differently?Winning Hearts While Flattening Vineyards Is Rather Tricky /2011/03/12/world/asia/12panjwai.html

The village of Kutazai, which suffered destruction in fighting over the past year. Determining whom to
pay for property losses is another challenge. Michael Kamber for The New York Times

PANJWAI, Afghanistan — No one disputes that the campaign by NATO and Afghan forces that wrested this
southern district from Taliban control last fall caused tremendous damage. The evidence is all around. In one place
a whole village was destroyed.

The question now is whether NATO troops can win over local people as they compensate them for damage and
build new roads, which they hope will bring greater security and prosperity but which are tearing up still more
property. Every day Canadian troops deploy tanks and bulldozers during construction. Fruit trees have been felled,
vines uprooted, and fields and barns flattened.

Addressing the complaints is critical to wooing people away from the Taliban for the long term. But as so often in
Afghanistan, coalition forces have tripped up on the complexities of Afghan society, angering people by making
decisions without consultation and meddling in one of the most intractable issues in Afghanistan: land ownership.

In the neighboring district of Zhare, American troops who cleared the area of Taliban fighters found that the
compensation payments went smoothly at first. Troops filled out a form on the spot. The farmer took it to
headquarters, where he was compensated relatively quickly, assuaging local anger.

But as word spread, military units found themselves overwhelmed with hundreds of people claiming compensation
for damage, some of it done long before the recent fighting.


“We are victims of our own success,” Lt. Col. Tom McFadyen, commander of a squadron of the 101st Airborne
Division in Zhare District, said ruefully.

One of his commanders complained that he had had five people claiming compensation for the same piece of
property; such are the complexities of land ownership here. People have even been coming from outside the area to
claim compensation for nonexistent property, said the district chief, Hajji Niaz Muhammad Sarhadi.

Unable to evaluate the claims, or to work out who the real owners of the land are, the military has pushed the onus of
settling the claims onto Afghan district officials.

Yet while Afghan officials may be better placed to work out which claims are genuine, members of the Afghan
Independent Human Rights Commission have raised concerns that the local Afghan government lacks the ability
and honesty to handle the huge number of claims fairly.

The scale of the problem wa

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