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Afghanistan and Central Asia: Prospects and Challenges After Withdrawal of NATO/ISAF Forces

by Steven Blockmans / Rebecca Davis
20 June 2014

Afghanistan and Central Asia: Prospects and Challenges After Withdrawal of NATO/ISAF Forces

Steven Blockmans / Rebecca Davis

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Ahead of the adoption of the new EU strategy for Afghanistan, CEPS researchers Steven Blockmans and Rebecca Davis contributed to a study commissioned by the European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee and examined past practice and future challenges for the EU in supporting the conflict-afflicted and fragile state. "Assessment of EU support to Afghanistan for the last decade and lessons learnt for the future", Study for the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, published by Directorate-General for External Policies of the Union in the report "Afghanistan and Central Asia: Prospects and Challenges After Withdrawal of NATO/ISAF Forces", EXPO/B/AFET/2013/19, 2014, pp. 5-61 


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Afghanistan and Central Asia: Prospects and Challenges After Withdrawal of NATO/ISAF Forces