United States vs. Afghanistan
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United States vs. Afghanistan


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Afghanistan is located in the Middle East near the border of Pakistan. The country has a population of 29.12 million people. The population of Afghanistan is roughly 10 the size of the US population. The real gross domestic product per capita of the country is 900. This metric makes Afghanistan one of the poorest countries in the world. The United States with a real gross domestic product per capita of 46,000 has one of the highest standards of living in the world (CultureGrams, 2011). Afghanistan suffers from a number of social problems that are hurting the economic development of the region. For starters the adult literacy rate of the population is low. The adult literacy rate of males is 43 and in females it is even lower at 13 (CultureGrams, 2011). When a population has low illiteracy

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