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Pursuing Effective and Conflict Aware Stabilization: Framing and Constructing a Roadmap
April 28, 2020

Author: Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

Publication Date: January 2019

Summary: CSIS has embarked on a study to examine how to operationalize and build upon the SAR framework. This brief serves as a companion to a brief published in January 2019 which called for a clearer and contextualized definition of stabilization success and well-delineated roles, goals, and leadership structures in the U.S. interagency. It emphasized the importance of local actors and called for a process-based approach to assessment, monitoring, and evaluation (AM&E). This brief builds on the first by focusing on the lessons learned from past stabilization efforts and by addressing a key element of successful SAR implementation, partnerships. Success requires deeper interagency coordination and substantive partnerships with international partners. Lastly, this brief addresses a fundamental challenge to SAR implementation: updating the U.S. government’s tools, authorities, and resourcing to increase the chances of success.

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