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This front matter section of this book titled Afghanistan, Iraq and Post-conflict Governance: Damoclean Democracy? contains the table of contents, a list of abbreviations, a list of illustrations and the acknowledgements. A comparative study is made of how conflict-terminating negotiations led to maiden democratic elections in Afghanistan and Iraq, pointing various thresholds out through specific chapters, invoking negotiations theories/stages to deepen interpretations, and prospecting the Bush Doctrine's future mileage in democratizing the Middle East. Democratizing Afghanistan and Iraq reflects hard-headed negotiations. Just as negotiators go through a number of stages before getting to the table and after concluding an agreement, Afghani and Iraqi democratization also crossed a number of tight stages.

Keywords:Afghanistan; Iraq; Post-conflict Governance

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