Table of contents for Securing tyrants or fostering reform? : U.S. internal security assistance to repressive and transitioning regimes / Seth G. Jones ... [et al.].

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Contents
Preface	iii
Contents	iv
Figures	v
Tables	vii
Abbreviations	viii
Acknowledgments	x
Executive Summary	xi
1. Introduction	19
2. A Historical Context	25
3. El Salvador	37
4. Uzbekistan	58
5. Afghanistan	91
6. Pakistan	121
7. Conclusion	150
Appendix A	161
Bibliography	171
Figures
Figure 1.1: Relative Change in Effectiveness After U.S. Assistance	22
Figure 1.2: Relative Change in Accountability After U.S. Assistance	23
Figure 3.1: Homicides in El Salvador, 1992-2002	49
Figure 3.2: Perception of Political, Civil, and Human Rights	53
Figure 3.3: Perception of Corruption	55
Figure 5.1: Insurgent Targets, 2002-2005	95
Figure 5.2: Number of Insurgent Attacks, January 2002/December 2005	105
Figure 5.3: Opium Poppy Cultivation, 1986-2005	110
Figure 5.4: Perception of Rule of Law	111
Figure 5.5: Perception of Political, Civil, and Human Rights	116
Figure 5.6: Perception of Corruption	117
Tables
Table 1.1: Overview of Case Studies	21
Table 2.1: U.S. Anti-Terrorism Assistance to "Non-Democracies"	32
Table 3.1: Security Courses for El Salvador, 1988 to 1993	41

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Security Assistance Program -- Congresses.
Military assistance, American -- El Salvador -- Congresses.
Military assistance, American -- Uzbekistan -- Congresses.
Military assistance, American -- Afghanistan -- Congresses.
Military assistance, American -- Pakistan -- Congresses.