Conflictual peacebuilding: Afghanistan two years after Bonn
The report examines the development in Afghanistan between December 2001 and February 2004. Three standards are relevant for such an examination, ranging from the simple to the complex:
- The text of the Bonn Agreement itself: Were the goals outlined in the Agreement met and the strategies followed? Was the timetable adhered to?
- The relevance of the Bonn Agreement to the Afghan situation: Was the Bonn Agreement a good script for creating security and rebuilding the Afghan state and economy?
- The implicit political and ethical standards of intervention to change a regime: Did the intervention and related assistance strategies improve the political, socio-economic and security situation in Afghanistan?
The end of protection? Cessation and the ‘return turn’ in refugee law
The “CIA’s Army”: A Threat to Human Rights and an Obstacle to Peace in Afghanistan
Astri Suhrke and Antonio De Lauri
The Taliban and the humanitarian soldier: Configurations of freedom and humanity in Afghanistan
Antonio De Lauri
Discrete Moves and Parallel Tracks: Gender Politics in post-2001 Afghanistan
Gender, Governance and Islam
Twenty Years After Ottawa: ‘Unpacking’ Mine Action in Peace Agreements
Journal of Peacebuilding and Development
Women’s informal peace efforts: Grassroots activism in South Sudan
Helen Kezie-Nwoha and Juliet Were