One of the biggest threats to Afghanistan's security is corruption in the Afghan government. In July, a close advisor to Afghan President Hamid Karzai was arrested on corruption charges, and then released after President Karzai intervened. Are we doing enough to eradicate issues of corruption in that country, both in the government itself and in our dealings with people there?
We're joined by Dawood Azami, editor at the Kabul bureau for the BBC World Service. Azami tells us that Afghanis see the issue of corruption as central to whether they become loyal to the government, or the Taliban.