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Afghan commandos respond to call of duty
NATO/Khaama
Nov 14, 2014
The Afghan commandos based in Helmand Province have been fighting heavily in northern districts, including Sangin over the past year.
Afghanistan’s Ghani Visits China in First Official Trip
security-risks Monitor
Oct 29, 2014
Presidents of China and Afghanistan pledged long-term partnership
US, British Forces Close Last Afghanistan Bases
VOA News
Oct 27, 2014
British and U.S. soldiers formally marked the end of combat operations Helmand province.
Afghan President Visits Saudi Arabia
VOA News
Oct 25, 2014
Afghanistan's new president, Ashraf Ghani, is making his first foreign trip.
India's participation Chahbahar port in Iran
Security Risks Monitor
Oct 19, 2014
The Union Cabinet gave its approval for the framework inter-Governmental Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)
Indian PM’s call to Dr. Abdullah, President Message to Ahmadzai
Security Risks Monitor
Oct 17, 2014
Deft Balancing
Kerry: Afghan Unity Govt. Could Prove Turning Point
William Gallo
Oct 12, 2014
John Kerry says completion of a power-sharing deal and successful political transition in Afghanistan could be a turning point .
CASA 1000 - Linking Central Asia - Af Pak Energy Grid
Security Risks Research
Oct 12, 2014
In Central Asia Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan are endowed with some of the world’s most abundant clean hydropower resources.
Pakistan, Afghanistan Confront IS Threat
Ayaz Gul
Oct 8, 2014
There are signs the Islamic State (IS) terrorist organization is making inroads among militants operating in Pakistan.
U.S. Concerned About U.N's Handling Of Afghanistan Funds
RFA/RL
Oct 7, 2014
The US expressed its concern with United Nations Development Program over the administration of trust fund to pay Afghan National Police.
Explainer: Key Points In U.S.-Afghan Bilateral Security Agreement
Security Risks Monitor
Oct 5, 2014
Kabul and Washington have signed a Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) under which some 10,000 U.S. troops can remain in Afghanistan after the international combat mission.
New Afghan Government Facing Security, Economic Challenges
VOA News
Oct 3, 2014
After months of political bickering in Afghanistan, a new president has been sworn in, and a long-delayed security agreement has been signed.
Remembering Karzai
Frud Bezhan
Oct 3, 2014
Afghanistan has only known one leader since the ouster of the Taliban in 2001 -- Hamid Karzai.
Pakistan Upbeat About Relations with New Afghan Government
Ayaz Gul
Oct 2, 2014
Pakistan says national unity government in neighboring Afghanistan a good beginning for promoting peace and reconciliation in the war-shattered country and Islamabad.
India’s entry into SCO to affect the regional security
Waheed Rahimi
Oct 1, 2014
SCO will offer India full membership
National Unity Government in Afghanistan
Security Risks Monitor
Sep 30, 2014
Contours of national Unity Government in Afghanistan
Ghani Inaugurated As New Afghan President
RFE/RL
Sep 30, 2014
Ashraf Ghani has been inaugurated as Afghanistan's new president and has sworn in Abdullah Abdullah as chief executive.
Militants In Afghanistan, Pakistan Claiming Allegiance To IS
Security Risks Monitor
Sep 27, 2014
Islamic State could expand to Afghanistan, there are igns that some militants in region are eager to claim affiliation with group.
Afghan Army First Officer Batch Graduation
NATO Release
Sep 25, 2014
The first group of over 240 students to attend the Afghan National Army Officer Academy have just graduated.
Former Afghan Ambassador Says Election Flaws Must Be Fixed
VOA News
Sep 23, 2014
Omar Samad said fix the country’s "flawed" election system.
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