Afghanistan: Women in Transition

On 22 May 2013
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Westerners are asking themselves what will remain in the country they have spent the last decade trying to rebuild. There is a strong belief among foreigners that when international military forces (IMF) pull out, life immediately reverts back to the way it was under the Taliban.   Our research, conducted over the past six months […]

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Reaping the fruits of Security Sector Reform

On 22 June 2012
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he international community never tires of committing to not abandoning Afghanistan, usually with a reference to

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Perceptions and Misperceptions of Community Policing

On 1 February 2012
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In the context of the 2014 withdrawal and the ongoing transition from International Security Assistance Force

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Welcome!

On 14 January 2012
By : Ahmed Shaheer Anil
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Dear Reader, Thank you for checking out the APPRO Blog!   We’ve launched this blog for two reasons: First, we’re going to weigh in on topics related to Afghanistan that have either been misunderstood, misrepresented, or completely ignored. Since our founding in late 2007 we have found more than enough examples of all three. Our […]

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