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Afghanistan in context: A “globalization” of NATO?
NATO Briefs Series n°08/2021Delphine Deschaux-Dutard, November 2021
Russia and the Taliban takeover
Recherches & Documents n°17/2021Ivan U. Klyszcz, November 2021
Towards a jihadist neo-sanctuary in Afghanistan?
Note de la FRS n°35/2021Jean-Luc Marret, September 2021
Financing the post-Kabul Alliance: the challenges of the reform of NATO’s common funding
Note de la FRS n°34/2021Benoit d'Aboville, September 2021
Financing the post-Kabul Alliance: is “common funding” the new “silver bullet” for NATO?
NATO Briefs Series n°07/2021Benoit d'Aboville, September 2021
The German Police Project Team (GPPT) and the “capacity to do capacity building”
Recherches & Documents n°10/2013Nicolas Fescharek, December 2013
On the Road to disengagement? Envisioning a long-term strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan
Note de la FRS n°05/2012Michael F. Harsch, Hannes Ebert, Lindsay P. Cohn, May 2012
In the medias
Taliban size up the threat from a tenacious IS-K
Jean-Luc Marret (quoted), France 24, October 10, 2021
« Afghanistan’s Unraveling May Strike Another Blow to U.S. Credibility »
François Heisbourg (quoted), The New York Times, August 13, 2021