17 September 2013, London: AAN’s Martine van Bijlert at the Frontline Club

The Afghanistan Debate: As the final stage of the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan begins, the Frontline Club in London will be bringing together leading experts to look at the country’s roadmap and the legacy of the past 12 years. BBC Chief International Correspondent Lyse Doucet will chair the debate, and with other eminent […]

17-21 July 2013, Belfast: Summer School on Transitional Justice with AAN participation

The University of Ulster’s Belfast Campus will play host to the 6th annual international Summer School on Transitional Justice from 17-21 July 2013. Organised by the Transitional Justice Institute, the Summer School brings together practitioners, academics and postgraduate students from around the world to share in a week long programme of interactive seminars and workshops. […]

28 June 2013, Brussels: Round-table discussion with Sari Kouvo

Dr Sari Kouvo of the Afghanistan Analyst Network (AAN) will present AAN’s upcoming report ‘Tell Us How This Ends – Transitional Justice and Prospects for Peace in Afghanistan’ at a European Peacebuilding Liaison Office (EPLO) Brown Bag Lunch. The EPLO lunch events are 1-1.5 hour-long, informal round-table discussions on a wide range of geographic and […]

11 April 2013, Copenhagen: Conference ‘Afghanistan Towards 2014′ with AAN participation

The Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS) in partnership with the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs is organising a one-day conference with the title ‘Afghanistan Towards 2014 ─ Prospects for Development, Security and a National Political Settlement’ on 11 April 2013 in the Danish Parliament in Copenhagen. Apart from other prominent participants – among them […]

22 March 2013: Mali/Afghanistan Podium Discussion in Frankfurt/Main (with AAN)

Freedom through war? is the question the organisers of a podium discussion in the German city of Frankfurt are posing. And: What are the expectations and expected results of the military in Afghanistan und Mali? The discussion, with participation of AAN Co-director Thomas Ruttig, will take place on 22 March 2013 at 7 pm.   […]

18 February 2013: Thomas Ruttig’s Afghanistan Conflict Portrait on German Website

AAN’s Thomas Ruttig has been invited to write the updated ‘Afghanistan conflict portrait’ for a much frequented German website, that of Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (Federal Centre for Political Education). It is a first point of reference for many pupils, students and teachers. Find his contribution (in German) here. The page also has a debate […]

‘Talibanistan’, new book with AAN contributors, gets excellent review

‘Talibanistan: Negotiating the borders between terror, politics, and religion’, edited by Peter Bergen and Katherine Tiedemann, brings together a number of (updated) policy papers written for the New America Foundation’s (NAF) ‘The Battle for Afghanistan’ and ‘The Battle for Pakistan’ since 2010. The NAF calls the authors ‘an unparalleled group of experts offer a nuanced […]

30-31 January 2013, Barcelona: AAN speakers at Conference on Afghanistan Legacy

The international intervention in Afghanistan started in October 2001. The aim was not only to bring down the Taleban regime, but to capture Osama Ben Laden, the leader of al-Qaida, and to save women from the fundamentalists. During more than a decade of international presence, billions of dollars have been invested in Afghanistan and nearly […]

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