War das Statebuilding in Afghanistan?

War das Statebuilding in Afghanistan?

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Chris ist etwas wehmütig in dieser Folge: Das letzte mal das
Thema Afghanistan.
Wir schauen uns genauer an wie der Westen in Afghanistan versucht
hat einen Staat aufzubauen. Auf der Petersberger Konferenz 2001
wurde hier beschlossen traditionelle Elemente und westliche
Regierungselemente zu verbinden. Die Umsetzung wird zum Beispiel
in der Loya Jirga deutlich. Was der Unterschied zwischen
Natioanbuilding, Statebuilding und Peacebuilding ist und was das
jetzt war in Afghanistan erfahrt ihr in der Folge. 


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