Christian Bleuer has compiled a bibliography that is grouped by subject, which includes books, chapters within books, journal articles, NGO, research institute and government reports. This bibliography deals with mostly English-language sources. However, this do include some sources in Russian, German and French. This bibliography covers the topics such as; current events, recent history, Islam, war, […]
Agreement between the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan on the status of NATO forces and NATO personnel conducting mutually agreed NATO-led activities in Afghanistan.
Security and Defense Cooperation Agreement between the United States and Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan
As emailed to journalists by the US Embassy on 21 September 2014; articles of the constitution cited in the agreement are given after the text (added by AAN) Agreement between the Two Campaign Teams Regarding the Structure of the National Unity Government This period in Afghanistan’s history requires a legitimate and functioning government committed to […]
Communique of London Conference on Afghanistan
Joint Statement Tokyo Mutual Accountability Framework (TMAF) Senior Officials Meeting Kabul, Afghanistan, 3 July 2013 – You can read the statement here
This was used as an annexe to the AAN report “Qatar, Islamabad, Chantilly, Ashgabad: Taleban Talks Season Again?” Monday, 10 Safar 1434 Monday, 24 December 2012 08:16 The full text of speech enunciated by two representatives from Political Office of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Mawlawi Shahbuddin Dilawar and Doctor Muhammad Naeem, at research conference in […]
Joint Statement Adopted at the Conclusion of the Seventh Trilateral Summit of the Presidents of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the Republic of Turkey. The copy of the joint statement can be found here.
Tokyo Framework can be read here
The Unlearned Lessons of Afghanistan’s Decade of Assistance (2001–11) The idea for this volume was born in the summer of 2010 during a discussion of the cyclical nature of many of Afghanistan’s programmes. Years of following the international efforts had left us with an increasingly strong sense of déjà vu: another conference to demonstrate momentum, […]