Assessments and Developments in the Security and Stability of Afghanistan


Christopher L. Turner and Denise M. Giordano (Editors)

Series: Politics and Economics of the Middle East

Following two high-level policy reviews on Afghanistan in 2009, the Obama Administration asserts that it is pursuing a well-resourced and integrated military-civilian strategy intended to pave the way for a gradual transition to Afghan security leadership beginning in July 2011. The policy is intended to ensure that Afghanistan will not again become a base for terrorist attacks against the United States. This new book explores and assesses the developments of the security and stability of the Afghanistan regime with a focus on post-Taliban governance, security and U.S. policy.

Table of Contents


Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan
(Report to Congress in Accordance with Section 1230 of the National Defense Association Act for Fiscal Year 2008)

Afghanistan: Post-Taliban Governance, Security, and U.S. Policy
(Kenneth Katzman)

Afghanistan Drug Control: Strategy Evolving and Progress Reported, but Interim Performance Targets and Evaluation of Justice Reform Efforts Needed

Assessment of Corruption in Afghanistan


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