THE ROLE OF UNITED NATIONS PEACE BUILDING PROCESS IN AFGHANISTAN IN THE POST-TALIBAN ERAJournal: IMPACT : International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature (IMPACT : IJRHAL) (Vol.5, No. 6)
Publication Date: 2017-07-12
Authors : MUKESH KUMAR VISHWAKARMA;
Page : 77-90
Keywords : KEYWORDS: UN; UNAMA; Peacebuilding; Taliban; Cold War; Bonn Agreement; Security; Afghanistan;
ABSTRACT Over the last decades, Afghanistan has faced a complicated array of challenges in the realms of security, development and governance. The United Nations (UN) and its agencies working in the country have had the difficult task of regulating to the changing situation on the ground. The role of the international community in Afghanistan will go through substantial changes in Afghan people and government institutions. The UN has started working in Afghanistan in reconstructing peace building process since Taliban era. After 11 September 2001 attack on America extracted attention of all the countries of the world towards to rebuild Afghanistan for preventing from terrorism threats. This article attempted to analyze the role of the UN agencies for rebuilding peacebuilding process in Afghanistan since the Taliban era. It will also evaluate how much the UN succeeded in restoring peace in Afghanistan.
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