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Title Afghanistan, Pakistan and strategic change : adjusting western regional policy / edited by Joachim Krause and Charles King Mallory, IV
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (x, 336 pages .)
Series Asian security studies
Asian security studies.
Contents Adjusting western strategy towards Afghanistan and Pakistan / Joachim Krause and Charles King Mallory, IV -- Not too little, but too late : ISAF's strategic restart of 2010 in light of the coalition's previous mistakes / Robin Schroeder -- Prospects for transition in Afghanistan / Anthony Cordesman ; with the assistance of Ashley Hess -- Launching an Afghan peace process / James Dobbins -- Afghanistan between democratization and civil war : post-2014 scenarios / Thomas Ruttig -- Militant Islam in South Asia : past trajectories and present implications / Ryan Brasher and Sumit Ganguly -- U.S.-Pakistan relations : ten years after 9/11 / C. Christine Fair -- Transition in the Afghanistan-Pakistan War and the uncertain role of the great powers / Anthony Cordesman ; with the assistance of Ashley Hess -- The NATO drawdown : implications for Afghanistan and Pakistan / Keith Crane and Victoria Greenfield -- Internal and regional preconditions and assumptions for peace in Afghanistan / Shahrbanou Tadjbakhsh
Summary "This book analyses the nature of the current strategic changes in the Afghanistan-Pakistan (Af/Pak) region. The region encompassing Afghanistan and Pakistan is undergoing a fundamental strategic change. As the international Afghanistan conferences have demonstrated, the international community - which is a US-led coalition of the willing - will withdraw its combat troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2014. This withdrawal of troops, as well as the offer of economic aid and negotiations to the Taliban, aims to transfer the responsibility of the future of Afghanistan to the Afghans themselves and to their regional neighbours. This edited volume analyses the nature of this strategic change in order to seek possible future scenarios and to examine policy options. Bringing together contributions from leading academics in the field, the book is centred around three key questions: what has gone wrong in the past with regard to Afghanistan and what strategic adjustments are needed? Is Pakistan a strategic ally of the West, or has Pakistan become a strategic problem? What are the possible future scenarios and policy options and what does strategic readjustment really mean? This book will be of much interest to students of Central and South Asian politics, strategic studies, foreign policy and security studies generally"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Afghan War (2001- )
Afghan War, 2001- -- Peace
Nation-building -- Afghanistan
Peace-building -- Afghanistan
Strategic culture -- Afghanistan
Strategic culture -- Pakistan
Diplomatic relations.
HISTORY -- Military -- General.
HISTORY -- Asia -- Central Asia.
HISTORY -- Asia -- General.
Nation-building.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Political Freedom & Security -- International Security.
Peace-building.
Peace.
Strategic aspects of individual places.
Strategic culture.
Afghanistan -- Foreign relations.
Afghanistan -- Strategic aspects
Pakistan -- Foreign relations -- Western countries
Pakistan -- Strategic aspects
Western countries -- Foreign relations -- Afghanistan
Western countries -- Foreign relations -- Pakistan
Afghanistan.
Pakistan.
Western countries.
Form Electronic book
Author Krause, Joachim, 1951- author, editor.
Mallory, Charles K., author, editor.
ISBN 113451347X
1134513542
1315889730
9781134513475
9781134513543
9781315889733