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Briefing With Senior US Official On Next Steps Toward an Agreement on Bringing Peace to Afghanistan

Briefing With Senior Administration Official On Next Steps Toward an Agreement on Bringing Peace to Afghanistan SPECIAL BRIEFING OFFICE OF THE SPOKESPERSON WASHINGTON, D.C. FEBRUARY 29, 2020 Original link: MODERATOR:  Do you have anything that you want to start off with before they go back on questions? SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICIAL:  No, I’m here to – we’re here […]

Peace process

Problematic Polling Stations Break-down of the Types of Problems, Presidential Election 2019

Table: Problematic polling stations with a break-down of the types of problems Total polling stations 29,586 Closed polling stations 3,006 Open polling stations 26,580 Total problematic polling stations to be audited and recounted 8,494 Decision Problems with missing BVV devices/memory cards 2,423 ·       National Tally Centre (NTC) and Digital Centre received results but no BVV […]

Elections

Afghanistan Analyst Bibliography 2019

In April 2019, we published an important work, a bibliography of Afghanistan. It is intended to be an up-to-date resource for studying and researching contemporary Afghanistan, particularly the post-1979 period. The author, Christian Bleuer, began compiling this bibliography in 2004/05 when, as a graduate student, he became increasingly frustrated with trying to find sources. Initially, […]

AAN Bibliography

The Afghan Women’s Network’s statement published before the intra-Afghan dialogue meeting held in Moscow in February 2019

The Afghan Women’s Network’s six point statement published before the intra-Afghan dialogue meeting held in Moscow in February 2019, provides further guidance about the concrete demands of Afghan women, asking to: bring Afghan women to the table not choose peace without human rights be direct about women’s rights not change the political order not compromise law and […]

Peace process