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Author Rank, David, author

Title Leveraging US-China cooperation to build a regional consensus on Afghanistan / David Rank
Published Washington, DC : United States Institute of Peace, 2018
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Description 1 online resource (10 pages)
Series Special report / United States Institute of Peace ; 420
Special report (United States Institute of Peace) ; 420
Contents Interests Aligned but Cooperation Limited . -- A Shaky Political Security and Economic Environment. -- Trump Administration Policy. -- Pressing Pakistan. -- Will Beijing LeverageTies with Islamabad? -- The Region Hedges Its Bets. -- Limits to Sino-US Cooperation. -- A Need for Ambition and a Sense of Urgency. -- An Action Plan
Summary This Special Report contends that meaningful cooperation between the United States and China is needed to reinforce the viability of the Afghan government, reassure regional states of a long- term international commitment to Afghanistan, and advance a reconciliation process
Notes "February 2018."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 9-10)
Notes Online resource; title from PDF caption (USIP, viewed June 11, 2018)
Subject Peace-building -- Afghanistan -- International cooperation
Diplomatic relations.
China -- Foreign relations -- Afghanistan
China -- Foreign relations -- Pakistan
China -- Foreign relations -- United States
United States -- Foreign relations -- Afghanistan
United States -- Foreign relations -- China
United States -- Foreign relations -- Pakistan
United States.
Form Electronic book
Author United States Institute of Peace, publisher
ISBN 1601277059
Other Titles Leveraging U.S.-China cooperation to build a regional consensus on Afghanistan
Leveraging United States-China cooperation to build a regional consensus on Afghanistan