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Failed Peace and Security Strategies in Afghanistan's Transition
Failed peace and security strategies in afghanistan's transition
Huma Safi
Confronting Greater Insecurities

Afghanistan is a nation confronting a long and deeply complex conflict that has destroyed human lives, displaced millions, ruined its vital infrastructure, and devastated its society. Moreover, internationally driven strategies to bring “peace” and security in Afghanistan have not worked, and many political leaders and policy analysts within and outside Afghanistan contend that they have resulted in greater insecurities. This chapter, in essaying a gender security audit of the Afghan Transition, shares that perspective and argues that policy choices made by the international community and the Afghan government have failed to achieve the principal goals of building peace. Insurgency rages, grievances ...

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