Afghanistan Research Project

A first batch of papers presented at the Symposium

State Reconstruction and International Engagement in Afghanistan

Organised by the Centre for Development Research, Bonn University (ZEF) and the Crisis States Programme, Development Research Centre, London School of Economics (LSE)
Bonn, May 30th - June 1st, 2003

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Report of the Symposium. by James Putzel, Conrad Schetter, Stefanie Elbern and Bettina Woll. (285 KB)

'Empire Light - State Light' - Transforming the Punctuated Equilibrium or a Pathway to Extinction? An Introductory Paper to the Symposium. by Adam Pain (140 KB)

Including Marginalised Groups in the Legal System. by Sippi Azarbaijani-Moghaddam (30 KB)

Re-building the Afghan Army. by Antonio Giustozzi (156 KB)

From War Economy to Peace Economy? by Jonathan Goodhand (295 KB)

The Past as Present: War Crimes, Impunity, and The Rule of Law. by Patricia Gossman (121 KB)

Islamic Law and the Afghan Legal System. by Martin Lau (118KB)

Building a Financial System in Afghanistan. by Åke Lönnberg (118KB)

Local Perceptions of State and Law. by Christine Noelle-Karimi (77 KB)

Ethnicity and the political Reconstruction in Afghanistan. by Conrad Schetter (148 KB)

New Beginning or Return to Arms? The Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Process in Afghanistan. by Mark Sedra (326 KB)

The Provincial Reconstruction Team Plan in Afghanistan: A New Direction? by Barbara J. Stapleton (245 KB)

The Making of a Constitution in Afghanistan by J. Alexander Thier (215 KB)

Building a Post-War Justice System in Afghanistan by Ali Wardak (161 KB)

On the Anatomy and Fault Lines of the Afghan Conflict. by Bernt Glatzer (130 KB)

Press Release on the Symposium (47 KB)

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