Petersberg papers on Afghanistan and the region /... -- 2009
||Petersberg papers on Afghanistan and the region / Wolfgang Danspeckgruber editor.
||Princeton, New Jersey : Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination, Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, c2009.
||191 p. ; 24 cm.
||(Liechtenstein Colloquium Report ; v. 4).
Includes bibliographical references and bibliography (p. 189-191).
Summary: Speeches and statements from “The Afghanistan Review Conference” (Sept.2008) (p. 6).
Contents: An exit strategy for Afghanistan ? / Volker Stanzel—Special statement / Rita Kieber-Beck—Background and summary / Wolfgang Danspeckgruber—Governance issues in Afghanistan : some questions / Willaim Maley—The rule of law in Afghanistan : an overview / Ali Wardak – Historical lessons on rebuilding Afghanistan’s judicial system / Amin Tarzi—Implementing international human rights law in post-conflict settings : backlash without buy-in : the Afghanistan experience / Leanne Smith—Afghanistan :elite fragmentation / Amin Saikal—The Buddhas of Bamiyan : past, present, and future / Michael Jensen—Some thoughts on security in Afghanistan / Joseph Mohr—Dimensions of the Afghan insurgency : causes and actors / Thomas Ruttig—Negotiation, reconciliation, and outreach : what are the options on the table / Joseph Mohr—Aid investment in human development in Afghanistan and measuring progress in building social and institutional capital / Nipa Banerjee—Beyond armed stabilization in Afghanistan : poverty and unemployment / Nematullah Bizahn—Railroads : Afghanistan’s century project / Wolfgang Danspeckgruber, et al.—Afghanistan and the region / Zahir Tanin—Afghanistan and current regional tensions / Mahmoud Saikal—Afghanistan’s neighbors : understanding Iranian, Chinese, Pakistani and Indian interests in Afghanistan / Rani D. Mullen—India in Afghanistan : what, why, what if, and why not / Varun Sahni—China in Afghanistan : same objective, different means / Carol Wang—Central Asia and Afghanistan / Robert Finn.
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