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Understanding Afghanistan SCA Final Report

Understanding Afghanistan SCA Final Report

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A STRATEGIC CONFLICT ASSESSMENT OF
 
AFGHANISTAN
Part of Her Majesty’s Government’s 
Understanding Afghanistan 
Initiative
TEAM LEADER
Sultan Barakat
TEAM MEMBERS
Antonio GiustozziChristopher LangtonMichael MurphyMark SedraArne Strand
November 2008
 
 
This report was produced as part of a significant research project commissioned by the Britishgovernment and implemented by the Recovery & Development Consortium.The views expressed in this report are thosThe views expressed in this report are thosThe views expressed in this report are thosThe views expressed in this report are those of the authors and do not represent UK government policy.e of the authors and do not represent UK government policy.e of the authors and do not represent UK government policy.e of the authors and do not represent UK government policy.The following Recovery & Development ConsortiumRecovery & Development ConsortiumRecovery & Development ConsortiumRecovery & Development Consortium members were involved in this project:
 
DFID Understanding Afghanistan - Strategic Conflict Assessment - 2.4 Final Reporti
Acknowledgements
Report Authors:
Sultan BarakatAntonio GiustozziChristopher LangtonMichael MurphyMark SedraArne StrandThe Strategic Conflict Assessment (SCA) Team is grateful for the support received throughout theproduction of this report. James Fennell, DFID Conflict Adviser in Kabul, provided insightful feedbackat every step of the process and helped to guide Team members during their time in Afghanistan.We would also like to thank Chris Pycroft, Shalini Bahuguna, Lu Ecclestone, Alan Whaites, MiguelLaric and Rob Ower from DFID for their support and stewardship.Peter Middlebrook, Understanding Afghanistan Team Leader, proved a diligent manager whosecomments upon each deliverable were invaluable. Project Coordinator Sharon Miller, Project DirectorOliver Mathieson and Project Manager Robbie Gregorowski, the latter two from Maxwell Stamp PLC,ably oversaw all components of the engagement. Also critical to this process was the input receivedfrom Dianna Wuagneux, the peer reviewer, which helped keep the various deliverables well aligned.This report would not have been possible without the support of these individuals.Yet, the strength of the content emerges from the tireless efforts and critical analysis of the teammembers, Antonio Giustozzi, Christopher Langton OBE, Michael Murphy, Mark Sedra and ArneStrand. The management and production of the SCA report was the responsibility of the Post-warReconstruction and Development Unit (PRDU) at the University of York. I am particularly gratefulfor the support of colleagues at the PRDU, in particular, Steven A. Zyck.The content, however, would not have been so relevant, timely and incisive without thecontributions of our numerous informants. A detailed list of those informants is included within thefirst annex to this report.Sultan BarakatOutput 2 Strategic Conflict Assessment Leader

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