Afghanistan

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EUPOL Afghanistan

EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
Beginn: 06/07

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UNAMA

United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
Beginn: 03/02

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ISAF

International Security Assistance Force (UN-led)
Beginn: 01/02

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New project launched to boost Afghan women’s participation in electoral process (28.08.2013)

The Asia Foundation (TAF) launched a new nationwide project today, in support of Afghan electoral institutions and the government, to increase women’s participation in the political and electoral processes ahead of next year’s Presidential and Provincial Council elections in Afghanistan.

UN envoy in Afghanistan meets on 2014 polls with independent election chair to discuss (27.08.2013)

Preparations for Afghanistan’s 2014 presidential and provincial council polls are further along than previous elections, the top United Nations official in the country today said after meeting with the independent Afghan body organizing the vote.

Karzai: Afghanistan in no hurry to sign U.S. security pact (24.08.2013)

Karzai said on August 24 that if the agreement was not reached during his term in office, "the next president can discuss whether to or not to accept it."

Afghan peace negotiator doubtful of new Doha talks with Taliban (14.08.2013)

The resumption of peace talks between the Taliban and Afghanistan in Qatar has become increasingly unlikely with fresh talks in Turkey or Saudi Arabia a more realistic option, a senior Afghan peace negotiator said on Wednesday.

Taliban's Mullah Omar rejects Afghan polls as 'waste of time' (06.08.2013)

Afghan insurgents' chief disdainful of elections due in 2014, saying choice will come via Washington, not through ballots of the people.

Back from Afghanistan, UN security chief highlights future challenges (05.08.2013)

The United Nations has greatly improved the security provided to staff serving in the field despite ongoing dangers and risks in dozens of countries, the acting UN security chief (Kevin Kennedy) said on his return from Afghanistan.

Kerry, in Pakistan visit, sees longer U.S. role in Afghanistan (01.08.2013)

Secretary of State John Kerry said on Thursday that he expected the United States and Afghanistan to complete a security agreement that would allow American forces to stay in Afghanistan after 2014. … Mr. Kerry’s comments appeared intended to reassure the Afghanistan and Pakistan governments that...