Afghanistan reconstruction in regional perspective

@article{Gleason2009AfghanistanRI,
  title={Afghanistan reconstruction in regional perspective},
  author={G. Gleason and R. Hanks and Yury V. Bosin},
  journal={Central Asian Survey},
  year={2009},
  volume={28},
  pages={275 - 287}
}
The reconstruction of Afghanistan is in part dependent upon the reintegration of Afghanistan into the international community. Reintegration, in turn, is dependent upon Afghanistan's trans-border infrastructure of communication, trade, transport, water, power and investment. Accordingly, increased regional economic cooperation is a key element of Afghanistan's reconstruction. This article analyses regional economic cooperation in the South and Central Asian region in terms of logic… Expand
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