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AAN in the Media

Human Rights in the Middle East 2019

The Media Line, 16 January 2020 AAN Country Director Ehsan Qaane is quoted in this article about Human Rights Watch annual report for 2020: “Elimination of violence against women also needs a strong government and an active civil society which are in doubt at present,” Ehsan Qaane, country director and legal and political affairs researcher […]

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Afghanistan: aspettando i Talebani, e la pace

ISPI, 15 January 2020 In this 2019 analysis by Giuliano Battiston for the Italian institute, AAN’s Ali Yawar Adili is quoted on his special field of expertise, elections: “Cercava una legittimazione popolare per condurre il negoziato da una posizione di maggiore autorevolezza, ma i risultati elettorali non gli sono favorevoli”, ci spiega il ricercatore Ali […]

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Afganistán, la guerra más letal del mundo

El País, 30 December 2019 Quotes from AAN’s Thomas Ruttig in this leading Spanish daily: “El acuerdo entre EE UU y los talibanes aún no será un acuerdo de paz, aunque la disposición, o no, de los talibanes para otro alto el fuego temporal en torno a su firma señalará el grado de su voluntad […]

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Opposition nennt Präsidentschaftswahl “betrügerisch”

Süddeutsche Zeitung, 22 Dezember 2019 The leading German, Munich-based daily quotes AAN’s Thomas Ruttig as saying “Die Legitimität des künftigen Präsidenten wird auf schwachen Füßen stehen”, sagte Thomas Ruttig, der Co-Chef des unabhängigen Kabuler “Afghanistan Analysts Network”. (The legitimacy of the future [Afghan] president will stand on a weak basis.) The daily, however, did not […]

AAN in the Media