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By Geoffrey Hayes,Mark Sedra

ISBN-10: 1554580110

ISBN-13: 9781554580118

Many have puzzled the knowledge of the overseas intervention in Afghanistan in mild of the escalation of violence and instability within the state some time past few years. quite doubtful are Canadians, who've been inundated with media assurance of an more and more soiled struggle in southern Afghanistan, one within which Canadians are on the frontline and discomfort heavy casualties. in spite of the fact that, the clash is just one element of Afghanistan’s advanced, and incomplete, political, financial, and safeguard transition.

In Afghanistan: Transition less than Threat, prime Afghanistan students and practitioners paint a whole photograph of the location in Afghanistan and the influence of overseas and especially Canadian suggestions. They overview the achievements of the reconstruction approach and description destiny demanding situations, targeting key concerns just like the narcotics exchange, the Pakistan—Afghanistan bilateral courting, the Taliban-led insurgency, and carrying on with endemic poverty. This assortment presents new perception into the character and country of Afghanistan’s post-conflict transition and illustrates the results of failure.

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