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Coelmont, Jo. (2009) End-state Afghanistan: A European Perspective. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 2, November 2009. [Policy Paper]

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Grewlich, Klaus. (2010) Pipelines, Drogen, Kampf ums Wasser - greift die EU-Zentralasien-Strategie?: Neues "Great Game" von Afghanistan bis zum Kaspischen Meer? = Pipelines, drugs, struggles for water usage - the EU Central Asia Strategy?: New 'Great Game' for Afghanistan to the Caspian Sea. ZEI Discussion Paper No. 200, 2010. [Working Paper]

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Jordan, Bertrand R. (1993) An assessment of progress in human genome programmes worldwide (A support study for the evaluation of the EC human genome analysis programme). Research Evaluation Report, EUR 15412 EN. [EU Commission - Working Document]

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Kühnhardt, Ludger (2017) Weltfähig werden. Die Europäische Union nach dem Biedermeier = Becoming world-savvy. The European Union after the Biedermeier. ZEI Discussion Paper C 242/2017. [Discussion Paper]

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Larive, Maxime (2014) The Mirage of the State: Why the West has failed in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Mali and Central African Republic? Jean Monnet/Robert Schuman Paper Series Vol. 14 No. 15, July 2014. [Working Paper]

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Menkiszak, Marek and Jarzyńska, Katarzyna (2011) Russia's Afghan problem: The Russian Federation and the Afghanistan problem since 2001. OSW Study 38/2011. UNSPECIFIED, Warsaw.

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Nopens, Patrick (2014) The impact of the withdrawal from Afghanistan on Russia’s security. Egmont Security Policy Brief No. 54, March 2014. [Policy Paper]

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Peters, Severin (2010) Strategic Communication for Crisis Management Operations of International Organisations: ISAF Afghanistan and EULEX Kosovo. EU Diplomacy Paper 1/2010, January 2010. [Working Paper]

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Renard, Thomas (2009) Afghanistan: Strategic war for Europeans, existential conflict for NATO. Egmont Commentary, 8 September 2009. [Policy Paper]

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Struye, Tanguy and Renard, Thomas (2009) Oui, l’Afghanistan est important. Yes, Afghanistan is important. Egmont Commentary, 26 June 2009. [Policy Paper]

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Verhelst , Stijn (2018) Semantics matter: Why the European Monetary Fund is a welcome idea, but a bad name. Egmont Commentary, January 2018. [Policy Paper]

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