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Recommendations for Korea's future policy regarding Afghanistan

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Frame of Image ected to various forms of international intervention over the last 14 years, Afghanistan is no longer just a country on a map, but a serious issue demanding a concerted international solution. The disastrous damages done by the March 11 earthquake, which occurred over a wide range of geographic area, resulted in a adually recover from the year 2012 as the reconstruction work will create more jobs and demands for commodities. Notwithstanding the abduction and beheading of Korean Christian missionaries and the death of Sergeant Yun Jang-ho in a bombing attack in 2007, the Korean government has been providing diverse forms of aid and assistance to Afghanistan. These include the recent deployment of the Ashena Unit and the activities of provincial reconstruction teams (PRTs) in the Bagram and Charikar regions.
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On April 5, 2014, a new presidential election was held in Afghanistan, and the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), consisting of U.S. and NATO troops, stationed in Afghanistan, plans to begin its withdrawal by the end of this year. The Korean PRTs also completed their work in the summer of this year. Therefore, 2014 marks a significant turning point in the recent history of Afghanistan. The recent presidential election, for its part, was the most democratic election ever held in Afghanistan. After achieving victory in the run-off, the new Afghan president will face a completely new state of affairs and security environment. It is against such a backdrop that t


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Title Recommendations for Korea's future policy regarding Afghanistan
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Author(English)

In, Nam-sik

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Seoul:Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security

Date 2014-05
Series Title; No IFANS Brief / 2014-18
Pages 10
Subject Country Afghanistan(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Government and Law < International Politics
Holding IFANS; KDI School

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