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Bad’ Warlords? A Critique of State Building Strategies in Afghanistan,” Working Paper No. 51 (London: Crisis States Programme, LSE, October 2004): 1. Barnett and Zürcher, “The Peacebuilder’s Contract”: 26. BUILDING A THEORY OF STRONGMAN GOVERNANCE IN AFGHANISTAN 41 reason to believe that many in Kabul, including the president, had little to no interest in such reform and were, instead, far more comfortable operating through the medium of patronage politics much like their rural counterparts. The main perspective of this book is rooted in the periphery (namely, the Afghan provinces), but this is a story as much about relations between the center and periphery as it is about the emergence and evolution of provincial politics and governance.
It requires the cultivation of a credible and capable security sector. In reality, any post-conflict security sector is fraught with mistrust and duplicity, and Afghanistan was no different: it was a highly insecure place for all involved. ”96 How can armed actors be convinced to put down their arms in the absence of tenable institutions capable of guaranteeing their security? And how can tenable state institutions emerge if armed actors have not put down their 94 95 96 A phrase coined in Max Weber, “Politics as a Vocation,” in From Max Weber: Essays in Sociology, eds.
Helena Malikyar and Barnett R. Rubin, “Center-periphery Relations in the Afghan State: Current Practices, Future Prospects” (New York: Center on International Cooperation, New York University, December 2002): 16. 111 Commanders gained access to capital in parallel with their growing coercive strength, rivaling attempts by the new government to cultivate a formal economic capacity on behalf of the state. As Cramer and Goodhand laid out, the economic opportunities that come with war are many; they are high in risk but also in reward, and “wartime entrepreneurs, historically labelled profiteers, economic criminals and greedy warlords”112 have precisely the portfolio of interests and capacities to engage these opportunities to rich ends.