Project #62202 - Policy Brief - Exit Strategy for Canada in Afghanistan

Write a policy brief of about 2200-2500 words recommending an exit strategy for Canada in Afghanistan, covering what – if any – Canadian military and/or civilian presence there should be and what – if any – kind of assistance should continue to be provided by Canada to the Afghan government, either in isolation or in association with other countries or through international organizations and/or NGOs.

Title: The title should be short and directly related to the topic.

Issue: Make a succinct description of the issue, and briefly explain why it is important to deal with it.

Summary of Recommendation: Make a short, direct, clear statement of your recommended policy. Bear in mind that your policy recommendation should be sound, feasible, realistic and executable. Your recommendation could begin with the following words: “It is recommended that...”.

Background: Provide a concise history of the issue, the broader context of the issue, and a description of its current status.

Options: Provide an analysis of the causes and possible effects of the current situation; suggest credible policy options and briefly indicate their possible implications (or their advantages and disadvantages).

Analysis: Build a strong case (with arguments and evidence) for one of those policy options (the one you will state in the Summary of Recommendation). Your analysis should demonstrate to the decision-maker why this particular policy – as distinct from the other alternatives – is the best course of action. As this document is purportedly addressed to a government policymaker, your analysis should also take into account the international (regional and global) and domestic contexts.

Your policy brief should be about 2200-2500 words. Although a thorough literature review will not be expected in this type of document, you are required to provide evidence from authoritative sources (at least 5 scholarly books and/or articles, with the addition, where necessary, of reports and documents from international organizations, government documents) to support your arguments and specific information/data. With regard to citation style, you should adopt the Parenthetical Author-Date citation system (for example: (Brown, 1986); At the end of the document, you must provide a list of the sources relied upon.

Organize your policy brief in headings and subheadings, and use a clear, concise language. Keep the paragraphs short and make sure to have good transitions between them.

 

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Due By (Pacific Time) 03/15/2015 03:00 pm
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