Afghanistan: Challenges and Prospects

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Srinjoy Bose, Nishank Motwani, William Maley
Taylor & Francis Group, 2018 - Afghanistan - 264 pages
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- List of illustrations -- Notes on contributors -- 1 Contextualising Afghanistan's transitions: influences and challenges -- 2 Neither war nor peace -- Part I The politics of the state -- 3 The state and community self-governance: paths to stability and human security in post-2014 Afghanistan -- 4 State strength and the rule of law -- 5 Revenue and state building in Afghanistan -- Part II State, society and governance -- 6 Getting the politics right: beyond 'good governance' in Afghanistan -- 7 Strongman provincial governance -- 8 Afghanistan's political parties: a tale of incomplete reform and transformation -- Part III Social change -- 9 Afghan youth and 'soft radicalisation': emerging social forces -- 10 Challenges to sustainable livelihoods and socio-economic development in a post-ISAF environment -- 11 Internal displacement in Afghanistan: the tip of the iceberg -- Part IV Afghanistan and the world -- 12 Mapping the future of US-Pakistan relations vis--vis Afghanistan post-withdrawal -- 13 Prospects for Iran and Afghan relations -- 14 Afghanistan and the regional insecurity contagion -- 15 Neutrality and its place in Afghanistan's foreign policy -- Index

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About the author (2018)

Srinjoy Bose is a Senior Teaching Fellow in the School of Government and International Affairs at Durham University, UK.

Nishank Motwani is a Visiting Fellow in the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy at The Australian National University.

William Maley is Professor of Diplomacy, Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy at The Australian National University.

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