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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Afghan Security Forces.
See also changes related to Afghan Security Forces, or pages that link to Afghan Security Forces or to this page or whose text contains "Afghan Security Forces".

Parent topics

  • Afghanistan War (2001-) [r]: Beginning on October 7, 2001, in response to the 9-11 attacks, military operations against the Taliban and al-Qaeda by United States and NATO forces [e]
  • Military [r]: The standing armed forces of a country, that are directed by the national government and are tasked with that nation's defense. [e]
  • Police [r]: Organized government officials responsible for enforcing the criminal law of their locality, responding to designated emergencies, and various duties considered appropriate by their culture and government [e]
  • Counterinsurgency [r]: Theory and practice of defeating insurgency without creating even more local resistance or strategic failures [e]

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Other related topics

  • U.S. government training of foreign police [r]: The scope of U.S. activities in the training of foreign police, where the major emphasis is on learning skills rather than their immediate application in a cooperative international law enforcement effort [e]
  • C. Christine Fair [r]: Political scientist, specializing in South Asian military affairs, for the RAND Corporation; author of Cuisines of the Axis of Evil and Other Irritating States: A Dinner Party Approach to International Relations [e]