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|Author||Chorev, Matan. Sherman, Jake.|
|Title||The prospects for security and political reconciliation in Afghanistan : local, national, and regional perspectives : a workshop report / by Matan Chorev and Jake Sherman.|
|Imprint||Cambridge, Ma. : Belfor Center for Science and International Affairs, May 2010.|
|Physical Description||12 p. ; 30 cm.|
|Notes||Cover title. “May 2010.” Summary: “The prospects for security and political reconciliation in Afghanistan in the near future are bleak. Nevertheless, the international community can play a role in shaping a sustainable Afghan-led process. In the short term, this effort will require (1) recognition of inherent tensions in the current U.S. strategy as well as within the regional geopolitical environment; (2) clarity about how overwhelmingly U.S.-led coalition military operations and the mendicant aid economy influence key stakeholders’ incentives; and (3) a focus on using eight years of painful lessons learned to guide future policy.” (p. 10).|
|Web Address||http://belfercenter.ksg.harvard.edu/files/reconciliation-afghanistan.pdf (accessed 17 May 2010)|
|Subject Headings||Afghanistan – Politics and government – 2001- . Internal security – Afghanistan. Military assistance – Afghanistan – Evaluation. Humanitarian assistance – Afghanistan – Evaluation.|