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Norges nye kriger

Bergens Tidende, 22 June 2013 The Norwegian daily points to Obaid Ali’s AAB dispatch from the northern Afghan province of Faryab, ‘publiserte den avhengige og respekterte organisasjonen AAN (The Afghanistan Analysts Network) en rapport om sikkerhetssituasjonen. De benytter alle de best tilgjengelige kildene, og slår fast at voldsnivået i vår har vært det høyeste siden […]

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U.S. moves to mollify Karzai ahead of Taliban talks

Washington Post, 20 June 2013 The Obama administration expects to move ahead with plans to meet with Taliban representatives within the next few days, despite a still-simmering dispute with Afghan President Hamid Karzai over the negotiations that led him Wednesday to suspend separate talks over a key U.S.-Afghan security pact.

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Afghanistan: Der schwierige Weg in die Eigenständigkeit

SRF, 10 June 2016 Tatsächlich wurden in den vergangenen Monaten Hunderte von Gefangenen entlassen – viel mehr als zuvor. Das habe verschiedene Gründe, sagt Martine van Bijlert vom «Afghan Analyst Network» [sic] in Kabul: «Gefangene werden entlassen, weil es zum Beispiel nicht genügend Beweise gab, sie festzuhalten. Andere haben ihre Zeit abgesessen, oder sie werden […]

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CNAS and a Dangerous Case for Intervention

Registan (blog), 7 June 2013 Gary Owen/El Snarkistani presents a version of his AAN guest blog about the recent CNAS Afghanistan report here. He adds: ‘One of the more fun things I get to do as a would-be writer and pseudo-analyst focusing on Afghanistan is guest blog for the Afghanistan Analysts Network. … The fact […]

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Afghan reintegration scheme in the spotlight

IRIN, 4 June 2013 In an article looking at the success (or absence of) of the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Program (APRP), AAN’s Thomas Ruttig is quoted as saying: ‘Reintegration offers money or other material incentives, and this is not the main – or sole – motive of many insurgents. I had the feeling that […]

AAN in the Media