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Report in External Series | 2011

Faithful Ally. The UK Engagement in Afghanistan.

The British government under Tony Blair was an early and major supporter of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). The Royal Navy and Air Force participated in the first strikes against Afghanistan...
Astri Suhrke (2011)
Oslo: PRIO (PRIO Papers)
Report in External Series | 2010

Appraisal of extended rule of law project in Faryab, Afghanistan

As part of the international follow-up of the 2001 military intervention, Norway increased its engagement in Afghanistan4 from the end of 2001. In accordance with the Bonn Agreement, the goal...
Petter Bauck, Torunn Wimpelmann Chaudhary, Orzala Ashraf Nemat, Arne Strand (2010)
Oslo: Norad (Norad Report Discussion no. 19/2010) 30 p. (Published)
Report in External Series | 2010

Review of prison advisory project in Faryab, Afghanistan

INTRODUCTION As part of the international follow-up of the 2001 military intervention, Norway increased its engagement in Afghanistan from the end of 2001. In accordance with the Bonn Agreement, the goal...
Petter Bauck, Torunn Wimpelmann Chaudhary, Orzala Ashraf Nemat, Arne Strand (2010)
Oslo: Norad (Norad Report Discussion no. 18/2010) 40 p. (Published)
Report in External Series | 2010

Drawing the lines: The Norwegian debate on civilian-military relations in Afghanistan

Military and civilian actors are engaged in a debate over where to draw the lines in the provision of humanitarian and development assistance. This is illustrated in Afghanistan by the...
Arne Strand (2010)
Oslo: Noref (Noref Policy Brief no. No 8 June 2010) 8 p.
CMI Report | 2007

Afghanistan: An Assessment of Conflict and Actors in Faryab Province to Establish a Basis for Increased Norwegian Civilian Involvement

The situation in Faryab province in northern Afghanistan is characterised by a substantial military and political uncertainty. Violent acts could at any moment hamper the humanitarian and development efforts. At...
Petter Bauck, Arne Strand, Mohammad Hakim and Arghawan Akbari (2007)
Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI Report R 2007: 1)