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Title: Working Toward Peace and Prosperity in Afghanistan
Authors: Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination
Danspeckgruber, Wolfgang (editor)
Barry, Michael
Koepke, Bruce
Yaqub, Daoud
Stapleton, Barbara J.
Gow, James
Maley, William
Byrd, William A.
Barfield, Thomas
Ahmadi, Belquis
Frogh, Wazhma
Qanih, Arezoo
Jansen, Michael
Zia, Mohammed Ehsan
Banerjee, Nipa
Steinberg, Rachel
Finn, Robert
Siddiqi, Shirazuddin
Vendrell, Francesc
Plassnik, Ursula
Schmeidl, Susanne
Miszak, Nick
Ruttig, Thomas
Mukhopadhyay, Dipali
Jarvenpaa, Minna
Keywords: Afghanistan
State Building
Rule of Law
Civil Society
Reconciliation and Reintegration
Issue Date: Aug-2011
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Publishers
Series/Report no.: Liechtenstein Colloquium Report;Volume 5
Abstract: Addressing the trust deficit that has developed between the people of Afghanistan and the international community, the authors of this book grapple with key issues related to the implementation of a draw-down strategy. Their analyses and recommendations cover a broad range of topics, including Afghanistan's security environment, governance and the rule of law, the role of civil society, development, and reconciliation and reintegration.
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ISBN: 978-0-9843974-1-9
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