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Title Afghanistan 2011-2014 and beyond : from support operations to sustainable peace : joint report, June 2011 / co-edited by Luis Peral and Ashley Tellis ; contributors, Masood Aziz [and others]
Published Paris : EU Institute for Security Studies, [2011]
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Description 63 pages ; 24 cm
Series ISS report
Summary There is a general sense of urgency among experts regarding the situation in Afghanistan. The period of transition that is currently underway is seen as a last opportunity to create the necessary conditions for transforming international support in a way that reinforces a viable democratic state. The key lies in transforming what is basically a foreign military operation into a peacebuilding operation led by the Afghan government and the UN backed by international support, including military support if necessary, but always subordinate to civilian authorities. Thus, as the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) scales down, the EU and the US must work closely and intensively together, starting with supporting a strengthening of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA)
Notes Cover title
"Corrigendum" pasted on p. [2] of cover states "On this page, in 2nd paragraph, Carnegie Foundation should read Carnegie Ecdowment for International Peace."
"QN-AF-012-EN-C"--Page 2 of cover
"Doi:10.2815/24844"--Page 2 of cover
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Nation-building -- Afghanistan -- International cooperation
Peace-building -- Afghanistan -- International cooperation
Armed Forces -- Stability operations
Afghanistan -- Politics and government -- 2001-
Form Electronic book
Author Peral, Luis
Tellis, Ashley J
Aziz, Masood
International Security Assistance Force (Afghanistan)
European Union
United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan
Institute for Security Studies (Paris, France)
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
ISBN 9789291981892
9291981893