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Stabilization in Afghanistan Trends in Violence, Attitudes, Well-being and Program Activity

Radha Iyengar Plumb, Jacob Shapiro, Benjamin Crisman, Manu Singh and James Mao

No WR-1192, Working Papers from RAND Corporation

Abstract: This paper analyzes data from multiple sources to better understand the relationship between stabilization programming and trends in key outcomes — including: security, popular support for the government, popular support for antigovernment elements, community cohesion and resilience, health of the Afghan people, economic well-being of the Afghan people, and conflict.

Pages: 115 pages
Date: 2017-06
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