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Review of the 2001 Bonn Conference and Application to the Road Ahead in Afghanistan
Mark Fields (au); Ramsha Ahmed (au)
Ten years ago in Bonn, Germany, the U.N. Envoy to Afghanistan, Amb. Lakhdar Brahimi, and U.S. Envoy to the Afghan Opposition, Amb. James Dobbins, led a diverse group of international diplomats and warriors to consensus and charted the political course for Afghanistan well into the decade. Contents of this study: Bonn 2001: Why It Mattered; The Military Advantage; Shaping the Interagency Position; Shaping International Support -- Bilateral Preparation; Brahimi, Dobbins, and Multilateral Negotiations; Limited and Achievable Objectives; Bonn -- Critical Review; Road Ahead; Military Advantage?; Limited Objectives -- Bonn II; Objectives Following Bonn II to 2014 and Beyond; Critical Views. This is a print on demand report.
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