The effectiveness of the state, intergovernmental relations, and the success or failure of the international strategy in Afghanistan

Abstract: The characteristics of the current intergovernmental system and the burden on the delivery of citizen-focused services in Afghanistan are described. Suggestions for steps that donors can take to address the paradox of having excessive central control in a weak state are suggested.

Author(s): Boex, Jamie; Cadwell, Charles

Source(s): , Policy brief / Urban institute center on international development and governance 8 p., ill. Policy brief / Urban institute center on international development and governance

Published: 2009 Urban institute center on international development and governance (IDG), Washington, DC (English

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Link: http://www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/412080-afgahanistan-international-strategy.pdf

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