Taliban Pakistan: A Tentative Recipe for Change"
Kamran Asdar Ali, Anthropology, University of Texas, Austin
for Regional Integration in Central Asia"
Alisher Ilkhamov, Sociology, Expert Center for Social Research,
Roadmap for Afghanistan"
Radha Kumar, Peace and Conflict Studies, Council on Foreign
Relations, New York City
Size Doesn't Fit All: Addressing Diversity in the Needs and
Development Capacities of Afghan Women, Short and Long-Term"
Margaret Mills, Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, Ohio
of Dissent: Islamism and Reform in Saudi Arabia"
Gwenn Okruhlik, Political Science, University of Arkansas
and Threats to Human Security"
Barnett Rubin, Political Science, New York University
War and Peace-Building: Unfinished Legacy of the 1990s"
Susan Woodward, Political Science, The City University of
Attack on Humanity: Conflict and Management"
New World Order?
by Kamran Asdar Ali, Alisher Ilkhamov, Radha Kumar, Margaret
Mills, Gwenn Okruhlik, Barnett Rubin, and Susan Woodward
"The challenge before Crown Prince Abdullah is to promote
domestic reform that incorporates the diversity of the population.
His strong nationalist voice can be used to counter the power
of the radical movement. The wide middle ground between a
revolutionary bin Laden and an authoritarian ruling family
cries out for cultivation."
"Networks of Dissent: Islamism and Reform in Saudi
"There are two vital lessons from the former Yugoslavia and
East Timor for aid and reconstruction in Afghanistan. First,
aid and reconstruction have to target local capacity within
an overall frame of nation-building. Second, aid and reconstruction
have to be timely, so that wartime divisions and a black economy
are not allowed to take over the peace."
"A Roadmap for Afghanistan"
"Although power-sharing is now the dominant method favored by
diplomats and many scholars for war termination, its success
in generating a functioning government and sustainable peace
is thin indeed."
--Susan Woodward, "On War and Peace-Building: Unfinished
Legacy of the 1990s"