After analyzing the dynamics of the Afghan war in relation to governance, power, and legitimacy in Eastern and Southern Afghanistan; international anti-corruption and improved governance initiatives; logistics and politics in Northern Afghanistan; Afghan local police forces and other militias; the mismatch between counternarcotic and economic development policies; spillover effects in Pakistan and the region; and negotiations with the Taliban, she sets forth recommendations for how the United States and its allies can still significantly affect the situation in Afghanistan beyond 2014 in spite of reduced leverage.
What does CN stand for?
CN stands for Counternarcotic (US DoD)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 54 other meanings of CN in our Acronym Attic
- Contract Negotiation(s)
- Control Node
- Convergence Numérique (French: Digital Convergence)
- Convergencia Nacional (Venezuelan Party)
- Cooperativa Jesús Nazareno Ltda. (Santa Cruz, Bolivia)
- Coordination Number (mathematics)
- Copper Nickel (product feature)
- Core Network
- Corporate Network
- Correspondent Node
Samples in periodicals archive:
The effects of the global economic crisis, coupled with domestic political turmoil, continued to impact all Romanian government agencies, while resources for counternarcotic units were scarcer than in previous years.
Given the counternarcotic community's main focus on opiates produced in Southwest Asia, and the preponderance of resources focused on that region, the African route will likely grow in importance, unless considerable counternarcotics resources are invested in the continent.
Counternarcotic efforts are multidimensional challenges that encompass all aspects of nation-building in Afghanistan.
One of the most unique missions HSL-44 supports as the wings for small boys is the counternarcotic operations in the Caribbean and Eastern Pacific Ocean.
However, USCENTCOM does have OPCON of forces supporting the United Kingdom-led counternarcotic operations in Afghanistan, not SACEUR.
In Bogota, Colombia, the Country Team faces major counternarcotic and counterinsurgency problems as well as regional political problems.