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Negotiating Afghanistan: When? With Whom? About What?: A Reprint from the Journal, Prism
Negotiating Afghanistan: When? With Whom? About What?: A Reprint from the Journal, äóìPrismäó
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By Thomas R. Pickering (au)
Year: 2011
Pages: 16
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-3361-8

Product Code: 1457833611

In parallel with the efforts by former Special Envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrooke, a study was conducted under the leadership of former Algerian Foreign Minister and UN Envoy Lakhdar Brahimi and co-chaired by the author of this article. This study sought to answer these main questions about negotiations in Afghanistan: Should negotiations be undertaken, and if so, when? What should be the scope of the problems to be resolved? How should the process be started, maintained, and concluded? Also examined were the questions of who should lead and participate, and how these delicate relationships among parties should be addressed. The study concluded that negotiations must be part of an overall U.S. strategy of stabilization for Afghanistan. Furthermore, U.S. leadership in the negotiation process is essential, with Pakistan and other regional neighbors as key participants. Getting negotiations started, which may be best accomplished with a facilitator, could be as difficult as keeping the process going and bringing it to a useful and successful conclusion. The central issue will be the future governance arrangements for Afghanistan. Photos. This is a print on demand report.

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