The Americans and their NATO allies plan to end combat operations in Afghanistan in 2014 and transfer the responsibility for providing security to the Afghan authorities. NATO will remain present in the country but will limit itself to support activities such as training of the national security forces. What are the prospects for peaceful political and security development after the withdrowal of the bulk of the allied forces? Senior research fellow at CENAA, Marian Majer, explains.

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