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EUPOL Afghanistan

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

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

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Resolute Support


Beginn: 01/15

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Afghanistan on track to building post-2014 future, says UN envoy (09.10.2012)

Despite the impending drawdown of international forces and chronic challenges in governance and security, Afghanistan remains on the path to a hopeful future, the United Nations envoy to the country said today.

Afghanistan’s transition meltdown – new ICG report (08.10.2012)

Afghanistan is hurtling toward a devastating political crisis as the government prepares to take full control of security in 2014. “There is a real risk that the regime in Kabul could collapse upon NATO’s withdrawal in 2014”, says Candace Rondeaux, the International Crisis Group’s Senior...

NATO withdrawal from Afghanistan could be speeded up, says Rasmussen (01.10.2012)

The retreat of western forces from Afghanistan could come sooner than expected, the head of NATO has said as he conceded that the recent Taliban strategy of "green on blue" killings had been successful in sapping morale.

NATO rebuilding joint operations with Afghans (28.09.2012)

The Pentagon says most NATO-led troops have resumed joint operations with Afghan forces after commanders restricted patrols with their allies in Afghanistan earlier this month.

China and Afghanistan sign landmark deals (23.09.2012)

China's domestic security chief signs economic agreements and pledges to help "train, fund and equip Afghan police".

Afghan militants say deadly blast was revenge for film (18.09.2012)

Afghan militants claimed responsibility on Tuesday for a suicide bomb attack on a minivan carrying foreign workers that killed 12 people saying it was retaliation for a film mocking the Prophet Mohammad.

NATO chief plays down scaling back of joint operations with Afghan forces (18.09.2012)

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen on Tuesday said the alliance's decision to scale back joint operations with Afghan security forces after a serial of insider attacks is a "prudent and temporary measure" and that NATO's strategy remained the same.