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RAND research on nation-building examines military, political, humanitarian, and economic activities in post-conflict situations, determines key principles for success, and draws implications for future nation-building missions. This research has analyzed United States, United Nations, and European nation-building missions from World War II to Iraq and Afghanistan. Other volumes have reviewed presidential decisionmaking, the role of women in post-conflict missions, and have focused on health and security issues. This downloadable brochure features several new and recent RAND titles on nation-building, with links to each of the publications on the RAND web site.

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