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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
International Security Assistance Force (UN-Mandatiert)
Local Afghan officials have called for a military intervention in the country's northeast after scores of suspected Pakistani Taliban fighters overran several districts in Nuristan, a remote province bordering Pakistan. … The recent incident in Kamdesh and Bargmatal districts is the first major...
The United Nations envoy in Afghanistan said today that the recently renewed mandate of the world body’s mission in the country lends itself to stronger engagement with the Government and society at large to advance peace, development and a host of other goals.
The UK is preparing to pull 1,500 troops out of Afghanistan next year before rapidly accelerating its withdrawal at the beginning of 2014. Ministers are expected to endorse plans that stick closely to advice from British commanders in Helmand, and from Nato headquarters in Kabul, when they come...
A major course correction is needed if talks with the Taliban are to have any chance of delivering sustainable peace in Afghanistan. “Talking about Talks: Toward a Political Settlement in Afghanistan”, the latest report from the International Crisis Group, finds that Hamid Karzai’s government and...
The Security Council today extended the mandate of the United Nations mission in Afghanistan for another one year so it can continue supporting the country as it goes through the process of assuming full responsibility for its security, governance and development efforts.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the United States and Afghanistan are "on track" to sign a strategic partnership agreement charting their future relations during or before a NATO summit in late May.
Tbilisi enhancing its Afghan troop commitment (21.03.2012)
While some NATO members may be skittish about the alliance’s continuing involvement in Afghanistan, Georgia remains firmly committed, and will soon rank as the mission’s largest non-NATO supplier of troops.