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MiPAL: Afghanistan - Recently Added Documents
This section contains the ten most-recently added documents to this MiPAL. The most recent updates are in bold type. All recently included items can also be found by the subject tabs above.
- [7 Jan 15] Afghan National Police: More than $300 Million in Annual, U.S.-funded Salary Payments Is Based on Partially Verified or Reconciled Data
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
- [Jan 15] Defend, Defect, or Desert?: The Future of the Afghan Security Forces
Tyler Jost. Center for a New American Security
- [Jan 15] Talking with the Taliban: Should the Afghan Constitution Be a Point of Negotiation?
Sean Kane. United States Institute of Peace
- [Jan 15] 100-Day Performance Report: National Unity Government – September 29, 2014-January 06, 2015
SadRoz.af, Impassion Afghanistan
- [28 Dec 14] Statement by the President on the End of Combat Mission in Afghanistan
- [20 Dec 14] Detentions in Afghanistan – Bagram, Transfer and Torture
Afghanistan Analysts Network
- [18 Dec 14] Remarks at a UN Security Council Session on UNAMA
Samantha Power, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations
- [Dec 14] Updated Death and Injury Rates of U.S. Military Personnel During the Conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan
Matthew S. Goldberg. Congressional Budget Office
- [Nov 14] Between Negotiations and Ongoing Resistance: The Situation of the Afghan Insurgency
Philipp Münch and Thomas Ruttig. German Institute for International and Security Affairs
- [Nov 14] Airpower in Afghanistan 2005-10: The Air Commanders’ Perspectives
Dag Henriksen, Royal Norwegian Air Force, ed. Air University Press, Air Force Research Institute