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March 14, 2013

Afghanistan after 2014: How Can Reconstruction Succeed?

Regional cooperation is the key to long-term stability. A new publication in the DGAP publication series

The withdrawal of international security forces is fully underway and will be complete by 2014. Although the Allies will not turn their backs on the country entirely, responsibility for regional security will now rest largely with Afghanistan and its neighbors. The problems are substantial – from the drug trade to terrorism. Moreover, neighboring countries and external actors have opposing interests. This DGAP volume (in English) brings together experts from Europe, the US, and Central Asia.

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Partners for Stability, Involving Neighbors in Afghanistan's Reconstruction - Transatlantic Approaches, DGAP-Schriften zur Internationalen Politik, Nomos Verlag, March 2013, 280 pp.

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