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Conclusion: Pitfalls and Potentials of Exit Studies and Practices

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Part of the NL ARMS book series (NLARMS)

Abstract

Th is chapter presents the main conclusions of this book, organised around three questions: 1) “What is exit?” 2) “How can we understand exit?” and 3) “What can we do about exit?”

Keywords

Exit strategy Military transition End dates End states Political-military relations 

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© T.M.C. Asser Press and the authors 2016

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Netherlands Defence AcademyBredaThe Netherlands

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