Preventing Conflict, Managing Crisis

European and American perspectives

06/12/2011 | by Eva Gross, Daniel Hamilton, Claudia Major, Henning Riecke

Center for Transatlantic Relations, EU Center of Excellence, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University, Washington D.C., 6 December 2011, 154 pages

Category: Fragile States, State Building, Afghanistan, North Africa, Near and Middle East/North Africa

The 10 year ISAF mission has led to precarious stability in the Hindu Kush. While some doubt the success of the mission, others point to progress and experience in the country. According to a recent study that examined the ability of Americans and Europeans to react to future crises, international crisis management is not mired in crisis. However, all instruments must be used and strategic planning must be improved.



  • Kevin Francke

    Kevin Francke

    Programmmitarbeiter USA/Transatlantische Beziehungen