Governance In Afghanistan

Author: Aarya Nijat
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Governance reform is, without doubt, among a number of critical factors that will determine the future direction of Afghanistan in the aftermath of the imminent political transition (2014-2015) and over the course of the country's ...

Subnational Governance In Afghanistan

Author: Aarya Nijat
ISBN: 9789936628229
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The focus of this paper is on the aspects of subnational governance that are part of the state or significantly regulated by state.


Author: Kenneth Katzman
Publisher: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781604569537
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To help stabilise Afghanistan, the United States and partner countries are deploying a 47,000 troop NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) that now commands peacekeeping throughout Afghanistan, including the restive south.

A Guide To Government In Afghanistan

Author: Anne Evans
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 9780821358351
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Anne Evans, Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit. opinion. In the longer
term, detailed personnel policies and procedures cannot be developed without
clarity on the underlying legislation. The Subnational Agenda The lesson of more
than a century of governance in Afghanistan has been that progress toward
stability and development is most likely to occur when the center possesses both
the capacity to enforce its will on the provinces and the acumen needed to
exercise that ...

Reconciliation In Afghanistan

Author: Michael Semple
Publisher: US Institute of Peace Press
ISBN: 1601270429
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In this timely and thorough volume, Michael Semple analyzes the rationale and effectiveness post-2001 attempts at reconciliation in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan Pakistan And Strategic Change

Author: Joachim Krause
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113451347X
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[T]he capacity of the Afghan Government has been limited by a number of issues,
including the political dispute in the Lower House of the Afghan Parliament, the
continued absence of an International Monetary Fund program, widespread
corruption, and the lack of political progress in enacting key reforms announced
at the July 2010 Kabul Conference. Setbacks in governance and development
continue to slow the reinforcement of security gains and threaten the legitimacy
and ...

Afghanistan Iraq And Post Conflict Governance

Author: A. Imtiaz Hussain
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004180338
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A comparative study is made of how conflict-terminating negotiations led to maiden democratic elections in Afghanistan and Iraq, pointing various thresholds out through specific chapters, invoking negotiations theories/stages to deepen ...

Report On Progress Toward Security And Stability In Afghanistan And United States Plan For Sustaining The Afghanistan National Security Forces

Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 1437985734
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Sub-national governance projects were largely stalled during the fourth quarter of
2009 due to increased insecurity and an extended and controversial presidential
election process. Figure 15 provides an assessment of district-level governance
in Afghanistan as of March. While improving the security situation is a vital first
step, progress made improving the security environment cannot be sustained in
the long term without parallel improvements in governance and development.

Aspiration And Ambivalence

Author: Vanda Felbab-Brown
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 0815724411
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The failure to prevent governance in Afghanistan from deteriorating to levels of
abuse and impunity intensely grating to the Afghan people has been more than a
matter of incompetence by the Afghan government, unresolved strategic
dilemmas within the U.S. government, and difficult policy tradeoffs. True, to a
critical degree, Afghan elites ruling the country since 2002 are responsible for the
dismal record. However, the poor state of governance in Afghanistan is also a
result of ...