A Diplomatic Surge in Afghanistan, 2011-2014

Morini, Daryl (2010) A Diplomatic Surge in Afghanistan, 2011-2014. Strategic Studies Quarterly, 4 4: 68-100.

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Author Morini, Daryl
Title A Diplomatic Surge in Afghanistan, 2011-2014
Journal name Strategic Studies Quarterly
ISSN 1936-1815
Publication date 2010
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 4
Issue 4
Start page 68
End page 100
Total pages 33
Place of publication Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base Montgomery, Alabama
Publisher Air University
Collection year 2011
Language eng
Abstract The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) member states and their coalition partners—encompassing some 40 democracies—are not the only players with high stakes in the current war for Afghanistan. Influential players such as Russia, Pakistan, Iran, India, and China all have legitimate interests.1 Without a commensurate multilateral diplomatic surge, efforts toward lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan will most likely fail. But the potential of international cooperation in facilitating a long-term political settlement in that country remains woefully underexploited. Diplomatic cooperation among the main external players, along with coalition forces, will be essential to success in the Afghan campaign.
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