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.

Reconciliation After Terrorism

Author: Judith Renner
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136583718
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Reconciliation. in. Afghanistan. and. the. 'War. on. Terror'. Judith Renner and
Alexander Spencer Introduction Following 9/11 thenotion of reconciliation
withterrorists seemed unthinkable. Thechapters ofthis bookhave nevertheless
inquired into processes of engagement with substate groups conceived of as '
terrorists' and examined the potential gains and problems of such initiatives. This
last chapter wants to conclude the arguments advanced in thisvolume by briefly
reflecting on the ...

Derailing Democracy In Afghanistan

Author: Noah Coburn
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231535740
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James Dobbins, as reported in Robert Burns (August 21, 2009), “Obama Lauds
Afghan Vote, Warns of More Violence” (Associated Press). Kenneth Katzman (
September 20, 2012), “Afghanistan: Politics, Elections and Government
Performance,” 28. Michael Semple (2011), “The Taliban Movement and
Prospects for Reconciliation in Afghanistan,” 1. For more on this, see The
Economist (June 10, 2010), “Reconciliation in Afghanistan: Outside the Tent.”
British Broadcasting Company ...

The Fragmentation Of Afghanistan

Author: Barnett R. Rubin
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300095197
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By the time of the Soviet Party Congress of February 1986, Afghanistan had
become, in Gorbachev's words, a bleeding wound. Confronted by limited
resources at home and continuing resistance in Afghanistan, the congress
authorized Gorbachev to promote a political compromise — "national
reconciliation" — in Afghanistan and to negotiate the withdrawal of Soviet troops.
At a Politburo meeting on November 13, 1986, the Soviet leaders decided to
withdraw troops from Afghanistan ...

Das Bergangene Wissen

Author: Mechthild Exo
Publisher: transcript Verlag
ISBN: 3839438721
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http://www.afghanistan-analysts.org/what-comes-after-remembering-
somethoughts-after-national-victims-day-in-afghanistan (20.08.2015). Kouvo,
Sari (13.04.2011): Victims Organisations Sound a Wake-up Call. Afghanistan
Analysts Network (AAN) Posting, http://www.aan-afghanistan.org/ index.asp?id=
1624 (27.03.2015). Kouvo, Sari (27.11.2011): The Past is Here to Stay: Listening
to Afghan Voices on Justice and Reconciliation. Afghanistan Analysts Network (
AAN) Posting, ...

Talibanistan

Author: Peter Bergen
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199986770
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Afghanistan's Largest Insurgent Movement Between Its Tribal Roots and Islamist
Ideology, AAN Thematic Report 04/2010, June 2010, Kabul/Berlin, pp. 15–16.
Matt Waldman, Dangerous Liaisons with the Afghan Taliban: The Feasibility and
Risks of Negotiations, USIP Special Report 256, Oct. 10, 2010, p. 15. On Taliban
overtures, see Gopal, The Battle for Afghanistan, p. 6; Michael Semple,
Reconciliation in Afghanistan, USIP Perspectives Series, Washington, 2009, pp.
39–42.

War Politics And Society In Afghanistan 1978 1992

Author: Antonio Giustozzi
Publisher: C. HURST & CO. PUBLISHERS
ISBN: 9781850653967
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Knowing what the Soviets wanted to hear, he advanced his own candidature
proposing an ambitious program of 'National Reconciliation': to earn the support
of the peasant masses for the state (in fact Karmal too had always claimed to be
seeking this); to compromise with the opposition forces; to open discussions with
the King. The Afghan politburo appears to have opposed such measures, but the
Soviets were pleased, to the point that they apparently overstated Najibullah's
aims.