The short answer is 'no.' But there are worrying signs to be found in US auditing of its own contracting practices in Afghanistan.
The tumultuous relationship between the US and Pakistan is moving in a more positive direction after worsening for years.
Reversing a downward trend, civilian casualties have risen 23 percent, in part because of fighting between government forces and insurgents.
Warnings from the US government's internal auditor that an ongoing $20 billion Afghanistan reconstruction program is lining the pockets of the Taliban and Al Qaeda have been ignored.