NEW YORK UNIVERSITY CENTER ON INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION The world faces old and new security chong>along>lenges that are more complex than our multilaterong>along> and nationong>along> institutions are currently capable of managing. Internationong>along> cooperation is ever more necessary in meeting ong>theong>se chong>along>lenges. The NYU ong>Centerong> on Internationong>along> Cooperation (CIC) works to enhance internationong>along> responses to conflict, insecurity, and scarcity through applied research and direct engagement with multilaterong>along> institutions and ong>theong> wider policy community. CIC’s programs and research activities span ong>theong> spectrum of conflict, insecurity, and scarcity issues. This ong>along>lows us to see criticong>along> inter-connections and highlight ong>theong> coherence often necessary for effective response. We have a particular concentrationonong>theong> UN and multilaterong>along> responses to conflict.
Table of Contents ong>Separatingong> ong>theong> ong>Tong>along>ibanong> ong>fromong> ong>along>-ong>Qaedaong>: The Core of Success in Afghanistan | A CIC Study Key Findings 1 1. Overview 1 2. September 11 and ong>theong> ong>Tong>along>ibanong> 5 3. An Avoidable Insurgency 6 4. Engaging ong>Tong>along>ibanong> onong>along>-ong>Qaedaong> 7 5. U.S. Policy and ong>along>-ong>Qaedaong> 9 6. Conclusion 11 Endnotes 13