Folge V der digitalen Gesprächsreihe zur Zukunft von zivil-militärischen Stabilisierungs- und Friedenseinsätzen
Episode V of the digital conversation series on the future of civil-military stabilization and peacekeeping missions
The rather abrupt ending of the Afghanistan mission and in particular the dramatic evacuation at Kabul’s airport have triggered vivid debates within numerous allies and NATO member states that were involved in Afghanistan. Calls for honest and in-depth evaluation of the engagement were uttered in many places. In some countries, the soul-searching experience has already started, and commissions and committees were inaugurated to evaluate the Afghanistan Mission. How are the post-Afghanistan debates in neighboring NATO countries? What are the different positions and what arguments are put forward? What lessons are drawn? What are the potential consequences and adaptations?
Kristian Berg HARPVIKEN, Research Professor, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Oslo
Jorrit KAMMINGA, Senior Research Associate, Clingendael (Netherlands Institute of International Relations), The Hague
Francesca MANENTI, Senior Analyst for Asia and Pacific Affairs, Ce.S.I. - Centro Studi Internazionali, Rome