CAPS Attends EAPC Security Forum

Jul 09, 2007 CAPS Attends EAPC Security Forum 28-29 June 2007 - in Ohrid, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council Security Forum brought together Ministers, senior officials, parliamentarians, academics, NGOs and journalists from 49 NATO and Partner countries for informal discussions on key security issues. There were six panel sessions which

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OPIUM LICENSING: JUMPING FROM THE FRYING-PAN INTO THE FIRE

Dec 10, 2007 OPIUM LICENSING: JUMPING FROM THE FRYING-PAN INTO THE FIRE Dr. Najeeb ur Rahman Manalai December 10, 2007 X30 OPIUM LICENSING* for medicine as proposed by the Senlis Council (SC), an international policy think tank, is not a solution to the problem of narcotics in Afghanistan. The SC has been able to convince

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Listening to Afghans

Nov 21, 2007 Listening to Afghans Hekmat Karzai and Julian Lindley- French Afghanistan Times November 9, 2007 X 29 MIKHAIL GORBACHEV, surveying the wreckage of the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan famously said, "We for another 20 or 30 years."* Whilst a very different operation to Moscow's brutal occupation of Afghanistan in the 1980s, it is

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Hundreds of unpaid Kandahar teachers go on strike

KANDAHAR CITY (Pajhwok): Hundreds of contractual school teachers on Saturday went on strike in the capital of southern Kandahar province against the delay in payment of their salaries. The teachers gathered in front of Ahmad Shah Baba High School in Kandahar City, the provincial capital, and warned they would continue their strike until their salaries

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