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Reconstructing Agriculture in Afghanistan

By: Jacky Sutton(Editor), Adam Pain(Editor)
320 pages, illustrations, maps
Reconstructing Agriculture in Afghanistan
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Reconstructing Agriculture in Afghanistan raises questions about humanitarian intervention and development agendas in crisis states. It contributes to the theories of post-war rehabilitation in fragile states, providing an important reference for agencies and researchers. Published in association with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

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By: Jacky Sutton(Editor), Adam Pain(Editor)
320 pages, illustrations, maps
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