Afghanistan's post-Taliban transition: the state of state-building after war
Johnson, Thomas H.
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This paper assesses the effectiveness of the 'post-conflict' political transition process that created the Kabul regime. Specifically, this paper will review and critique the Bonn Agreement and Process--the major driver for Afghanistan's post-conflict transition: assess the current situation in Afghanistan, and examine prospects for Afghan democratization, development and stability. It will identify the oppportunities and obstacles generated from Afghanistan's transition for peace, stability and nation building after three decades of state failure.http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/-2634930600902991
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