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NATO, Exit Strategy and Military Disengagement, Thematic
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September 2019. Reintegration of Ex-Combatants: Lessons from the U.S.
Experience in Afghanistan, Special Inspector General for Afghanistan
Reconstruction (SIGER), 154-pages.
July 12, 2018. Graft and Remilitarisation: A look back at efforts to
disarm, demobilise, reconcile and reintegrate, by Kate Clark,
Afghanistan Analysts Network (AAN).
March 7, 2014. "Reintegrating Armed Groups in Afghanistan: Lessons from
the Past". By Deedee Derksen, United States institute of Peace.
January 2012. "Through and With", Special Warfare, by Doctor
Sarah E. Kopczynski. An examination of reintegration in northern
September 29, 2011. "Impact or Illusion? Reintegration under the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Program". United States Institute of Peace.
September 29, 2011. "Peace From the Bottom-Up? The Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Program". Peace Research Institute Oslo.
September 2012. "Taliban Perspectives on Reconciation". A briefing paper by the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI).
September 11, 2011. "ISAF Support to the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Program (APRP)". ISAF. (PDF)
July 2011. "Reintegrating Afghan Insurgents". Seth Jones, RAND Corporation. (PDF).
July 2011. "ISAF Reintegration Guide". ISAF F-RIC. (PDF)
June 30, 2011. "SOP for APRP Small Grants Scheme". By Mohammad Masoom Stanekzai, CEO, Afghan Peace and Reintegration Program. (PDF)
June 12, 2011. "Recommendations on Afghanistan's Reconciliation, Reintegration, and Transition Processes". The Institute for Inclusive Security. (PDF)
May 2011. "UNDP Support to Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP)". UNDP. (PDF)
January 31, 2011. "Unnecessary Evil: The Necessary Exclusion of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar". Small Wars Journal.
January 2011. "Afghan High Peace Council Fails to Reflect Afghan Civil Society". Patricia Gossman of United States Institute of Peace.http://www.usip.org/publications/afghan-high-peace-council-fails-reflect-afghan-civil-society
January 2011. "Reintegration & Reconciliation". COIN Common Sense, Volume 1, Issue 6, ISAF Counterinsurgency Advisory and Assistance Team (CAAT). (PDF)
December 2010. "Reintegration and Reconciliation in Afghanistan". LTC Mark E. Johnson, Military Review, November-December 2010. (PDF on Combined Arms Center website).
November 22, 2010. "ISAF Reintegration Guide". Posted on publicintelligence.net, accessed on September 8, 2011. (PDF)
Fall 2010. "Recalibrating the Afghan Reconciliation Program". National Defense University Press.
October 2010. "Peace at all cost? Reintegration and Reconciliation in Afghanistan". Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit. This paper analyses the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP), which was approved in June 2010 by President Hamid Karzai and is financially backed by the international community. It identifies an array of potential flaws, each of which could seriously undermine the APRPís chances of success.
June 10, 2010. "Peace Jirga on Reconciliation and Reintegration". Ann-Kristin Otto, Civil-Military Fusion Centre, Issue 05/10. (PDF).
May 27, 2010. "Afghanistan Reintegration Briefing Note". Oxfam.
April 2010. "Details for Golden Surrender? The Risks, Challenges, and Implications of Reintegration in Afghanistan". Matt Waldman, Afghan Analysts Network posted on UKAID Stabilisation Unit. (PDF)
January 18, 2010. "Second Generation Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) Practices in Peace Operations". United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations, UNDDR.org. (PDF)
July 2006. "From Soldier to Civilian: Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration in Afghanistan". International Relations and Security Network.
September 30, 2003. "Disarmament and Reintegration in Afghanistan". International Crisis Group (PDF)
Selected Publications on Disarmament and Demobilization in Afghanistan. International Peace Research Institute, Olso, Norway.
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