Rome, Italy : NATO Defense College, Research Division, c2009.
Book — 86 p. ; 21 cm.
This paper provides an analysis of the ongoing stabilization and state-building process in Afghanistan with a focus on rule of law. The paper situates rule of law reform within the framework of the broader stabilization and state-building effort in Afghanistan. The authors analyze if and how the internationally supported and implemented strategies for rule of law reform are contributing to the promotion of rule of law in Afghanistan.
This paper contains a study of the strategic interests of the five states making up the Union of the Arab Maghreb created in 1989. The author analyzes the general cultural and geographical settings of the states and security threats as they are perceived by their governments. He also discusses the security cooperation between the Maghreb and NATO.