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The Beginner's Guide to Nation-Building

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The Beginner's Guide to Nation-Building
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Publisher: RAND Corporation
ISBN/ASIN: 0833039881
ISBN-13: 9780833039880
Number of pages: 330

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This guidebook is designed as a contribution to future nation-building efforts. It is organized around the components that make up any nation-building mission: planning, military and police contingents, civil administrators, humanitarian and relief efforts, governance, economic stabilization, democratization, and infrastructure development.

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