“When Will Transitional Justice in Afghanistan

Pages from 1612E When Will Transitional Justice in Afghanistan1

The current study is undertaken to assess if the perceptions of Transitional Justice (TJ) are still as relevant when the “”call for justice” exercise was undertaken by the AIHRC. The participants and informants of the study were chosen from five

Agriculture for Nutrition in Afghanistan Stakeholder Consultation

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Much attention is given in humanitarian work to therapeutic approaches to improving the nutrition of vulnerable groups, but the contribution of agricultural development and the food system to improving rural and urban diets also needs to be increased.

Agriculture for Nutrition in Afghanistan Stakeholder Consultation

1609 Press Release- Agriculture for Nutrition in Afghanistan

For centuries agriculture has been the mainstay of the Afghan society. While wheat is the principal food crop, fruits and nuts and livestock products such as wool have played a large part in subsistence, in local marketed production, and in

A State Built on Sand: How Opium Undermined Afghanistan

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A State Built on Sand: How Opium Undermined Afghanistan by renowned author, David Mansfield, examines why drug control has been imposed in Afghanistan and portrays an intimate understanding of rural Afghanistan, where he has worked for close to two decades.

A State Built on Sand: How Opium Undermined Afghanistan

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A State Built on Sand: How Opium Undermined Afghanistan by renowned author, David Mansfield, examines why drug control has been imposed in Afghanistan and portrays an intimate understanding of rural Afghanistan, where he has worked for close to two decades.

Briefing Note on Fieldwork in Kandahar Province, December 2015 – January 2016: Opium Poppy and Rural Livelihoods

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This briefing note provides initial observations from fieldwork conducted between 14 December 2015 and 8 January 2016 in ten field sites within Arghandab, Panjwai, and Zharai Districts of Kandahar Province. In 2014/15, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs

Briefing Note on Fieldwork in Kandahar Province, December 2015 – January 2016: Opium Poppy and Rural Livelihoods

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This briefing note provides initial observations from fieldwork conducted between 14 December 2015 and 8 January 2016 in ten field sites within Arghandab, Panjwai, and Zharai Districts of Kandahar Province. In 2014/15, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs

The Afghan National Army After ISAF

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The paper says that the withdrawal of ISAF mentors from the ANA affected the overall logistical capabilities, planning, procurement, equipment maintenance and the administration, which resulted in lesser mobility of the ANA forces, compared to that of the insurgents.

The Afghan National Army After ISAF

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The paper says that the withdrawal of ISAF mentors from the ANA affected the overall logistical capabilities, planning, procurement, equipment maintenance and the administration, which resulted in lesser mobility of the ANA forces, compared to that of the insurgents.

The Devil is in the Details: Nangarhar’s continued decline into insurgency, violence and widespread drug production

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Nangarhar – a province that historically has been one of the major entry points for the capture of Kabul – is in complete disarray. It lies in chaos, riven by a process of political fragmentation that has increased in both