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51. State, Security and Economy in Afghanistan: Current Challenges, Possible Solutions

52. Creating Stability and Prosperity in Afghanistan and the Region

53. Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Iraq

54. Afghanistan's Endangered Compact

55. Fragile States and U.S. Foreign Assistance: Show Me the Money

56. The Economics of Young Democracies: Policies and Performance

57. Pakistan's Tribal Areas: Appeasing the Militants

58. Countering Afghanistan's Insurgency: No Quick Fixes

59. Pakistan: The Worsening Conflict in Balochistan

60. Afghan Insurgency Still A Potent Force

61. Afghans, International Community Chart A Joint Path Forward

62. The Defense Monitor: Congress Steps Back From Nukes

63. Living on a Life Support Machine: The Challenge of Rebuilding Afghanistan

64. Resolving the Pakistan- Afghanistan Stalemate

65. Afghanistan Elections: Endgame or New Beginning?

66. Building State and Security in Afghanistan and the Region

67. Elections and Security in Afghanistan

68. Building a New Afghanistan: The Value of Success, the Cost of Failure

69. Hidden Costs of War

70. You, The People: The United Nations, Transitional Administration, and State-Building

71. State Building and Security in Afghanistan and the Region

72. Stability and Viability in Afghanistan

73. Post Conflict Governance: From Rubble to Reconstruction

74. Chechnya Weekly: Putin Leveling Accusations at US Officials?

75. Chechnya Weekly: No Evidence of Chechens in Afghanistan

76. Afghanistan: The Constitutional Loya Jirga

77. Peacebuilding in Afghanistan

78. Afghanistan: Women and Reconstruction

79. Uzbekistan's Reform Program: Illusion or Reality?

80. Afghanistan: Judicial Reform and Transitional Justice

81. The Politics of Center-Periphery Relations in Afghanistan

82. Refugees and the Myth of the Borderless World

83. Fighting the War against Terrorism: Elite Forces, Yes; Conscripts, No

84. Filling the Vacuum: Prerequisites to Security in Afghanistan

85. The Afghan Transitional Administration: Prospects and Perils

86. The Loya Jirga: One Small Step Forward?

87. The IMU and the Hizb-ut-Tahrir: Implications of the Afghanistan Campaign

88. Center-periphery Relations in the Afghan State: Current Practices, Future Prospects

89. Strange Victory: A critical appraisal of Operation Enduring Freedom and the Afghanistan war

90. Post-Conflict Peace Operations and Governance in Afghanistan

91. Global Humanitarian Emergencies: Trends and Projections, 2001-2002