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Author United States. Afghanistan Study Group, author.

Title Afghanistan Study Group final report : a pathway for peace in Afghanistan
Published Washington, DC : United States Institute of Peace, 2021

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Description 1 online resource (84 pages) : illustrations, maps
Contents Executive summary. -- U.S. national interests and Afghanistan. -- A new pathway for peace. -- Alternative pathways. -- Conclusion. -- Introduction. -- Interests and key judgments. -- Analytical assessments. -- Status of the peace process. -- Evolution of the terrorist threat from Afghanistan. -- Afghanistan's economic dependency. -- Politics and the state. -- Civil society, rights, and social gains. -- The Afghan National Defense and Security Forces. -- The Taliban: organization and objectives. -- Regional stakeholders and dynamics. -- The strategic logic behind a new approach. -- Recommendations. -- 1. Clarify the end states. -- 2. Reinforce the conditionality of a final U.S. troop withdrawal. -- 3. Clarify the U.S. commitment to the current Afghan State. -- 4. Work diplomatically to promote the success of the negotiation process. -- 5. Design an overarching regional diplomatic strategy. -- Alternative pathways. -- Conclusion. -- Annexes. -- Notes
Summary This report presents a series of detailed recommendations to guide the implementation of the revised strategy. The recommendations are buttressed by an extensive analysis of the drivers of conflict and stability in Afghanistan. The analysis is intended not only to clarify the complexity of the issues and the challenges ahead, but also to explain why we believe it is possible to reach the desired end state. Nonetheless, the challenges and the possibility of failure also compelled us to propose a set of alternative policy pathways that can form an iterative pathway forward should potential roadblocks impede the primary strategy we recommend. We hope that both the extensive analysis and the alternative pathways will prove useful to decision-makers now and in the future
Notes "This report is provided to, and at the request of, those in Congress who oversee American foreign policy and provide the resources to ensure that our national interests are met."
"February 2021."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 83-84)
Notes Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (USIP, viewed February 5, 2021)
Subject Taliban.
SUBJECT Taliban. fast (OCoLC)fst00743547
Subject Peace-building -- Afghanistan
Diplomatic negotiations in international disputes.
Afghan War, 2001-2021 -- Peace
Disengagement (Military science)
Diplomatic negotiations in international disputes.
Disengagement (Military science)
International relations.
Peace.
Peace-building.
SUBJECT United States -- Relations -- Afghanistan
Subject Afghanistan.
United States.
Form Electronic book
Author United States Institute of Peace, issuing body.