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||The common security and defence policy as an act of American hegemony / Ronja Kempin, Jocelyn Mawdsley.
||[London : n.l.], 2012.
||55-73 p. ; 30 cm.
||Includes bibliographic references (70-73 p.).
“Published online: 24 Jan 2012.”
published in “Small Wars & Insurgencies Vol. 23, No. 1, March 2012, 174–192.”
“This article addresses the principles that should guide commanders, and the
rules they must adhere to, when dealing with community disputes in
Afghanistan. An important feature of these principles and rules is that they
have been developed to ensure that coalition forces minimize the harm caused to the local population; and that members of the coalition do not violate their own laws and policies. The principles and rules have also been developed to be consistent with counterinsurgency guidance as practiced in Afghanistan. The article concludes with a number of ‘Dos and Don’ts’ concerning dispute settlement that are relevant for coalition forces dealing with disputes at the tactical level. The article also has two appendices, which are intended to guide commanders to better understand dispute settlement systems in Afghanistan.
Keywords: Afghanistan; counterinsurgency; dispute settlement; insurgency;
legitimacy; good governance.”
Afghanistan – Politics and government – 2001- .
Counterinsurgency – Afghanistan.
Afghan War, 2001- -- Commando operations.
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