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6. The Baghlan Case

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A case study primarily focuses on the Dutch-led NATO Provincial Reconstruction Teams (PRT) (NL PRT) in Baghlan province. Seven partnerships such as Police training courses with the highway and provincial police corps of Baghlan province, the construction of micro hydro power plants with the local authorities and a local contractor and provision of radio communication equipment to the district governors of Baghlan province, were each investigated studied in great detail and recorded in case reports. To increase the validity of the case study, both methodological and data source triangulation were employed. A general literature study was done and three interviews were held with former personnel of NL PRT. In the civil-military partnerships analysed in Baghlan province both military and civilian actors went through each of the six steps identified in the process-based partnership model either explicitly or implicitly.

Keywords: Baghlan province; civil-military partnerships; NL PRT



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